It's time once again to educate our sarcasm-impaired brothers and sisters. That's right! It's...
Sarcasm Awareness Month!
How does that make you feel?
Ladies and gentlemen, sarcasm!
And that brings us to our first lesson: lack of punctuation.
You may remember one of the classic sarcastic cakes from way back:
The sarcastically inept might think this is praising Bob when, in fact, it's telling Bob to go suck an egg.
Let's try some more:
What are these cakes really saying?
This means the best probably happened a while ago, and you missed it.
This means you did something stupid - and everyone saw.
And this means nobody here cares about the specifics of your situation, so go away so we can eat some cake already.
There you have it! I do hope we've made you more aware of sarcasm.
Because that would make us:
See what I did there?
Thanks to Mariya N., Sarah C., Donna H., Kim B., Brad C. & Julia K. for being the brightest rays of sunshine yet, only in a really really good way. Honest.
And from my other blog, Epbot: