yourname2000 saidSarcasm is more difficult to discern without the benefit of voice tone and body language....it's a lot easier when people are obvious about it with a "/sarcasm" end tag.
No I mean in real life too.
Example: Dumb bitch with some guy is playing The Beatles on her laptop really loudly in a public restaurant which is empty except for them, me, my boyfriend, and the employees.
I say very loudly "COOL, I LOVE THE BEATLES." in a tone dripping with sarcasm.
I am getting a headache and am in no mood to play this shit with anybody.
I say very loudly "SHUT THE FUCK UP."
The guy turns the volume down on the laptop so they can hear it but it's just background noise to me.
Why were they too stupid to clue in the first time and turn it down?