I use sarcasm, from time to time.
Okay, I might use it for humor (more often than not).
Um. Okay, I might use it for more than humor; I might use sarcasm to show my irritation for something. But that’s it. Humor and irrita-
Okay. So I might use sarcasm a bit more than that. Going out on a limb, I say that it might be habitual.
Okay, I might have a problem using sarcasm to convey any and all emotions.
Click on “Read More” to see like-minded people expressing their emotions (in 140 characters or less, no less).
It isn’t hard to see why Twitter is one of the fastest growing social networks.
To me, Twitter is that special place I can go to see geniuses in action!
Geniuses, you say?
Geniuses, I say. Geniuses:
Of the one liners… Because you can only type 140 characters.
Of the self-deprecation… They feel bad about themselves which makes us feel good about ourselves.
Of the sarcasm… Seriously, if you’re a regular here at Ruffles and Rain Boots and don’t know I love the sarcasm, well – you might not have been paying attention.
It’s easy to get distracted by my unbelievably awesome photography skills.
P.S. I couldn’t even type that without breaking into a fit of laughter! Onto this week’s geniuses:
People who don’t understand sarcasm are awesome.
— Qwerty Jones (@QwertyJones3) December 28, 2013
I just walked from my kitchen to the couch at a pace of nobody cares. I might get a sticker that says 26.2 feet.
— Sam (@sammyj_04) June 23, 2014
Wtf neighbors?!! Who mows at….oh its noon…nevermind
— Erica Bo Berica (@ericaj1721) May 2, 2014
A scar is just life signing it’s autograph.
— Ignoble Savage (@drayzze) June 24, 2014
If I get through washing a meal’s worth of dishes, pots and pans then turn around to see one, lone dirty pan I will throw that lone pan out.
— Bizarro Mark (@Bizarro_Mark) May 23, 2014
“When you’re young you have better reflexes, when you’re old you have better insurance.”
— Kitty-Furrr (@ThatDamnKitty) June 22, 2014
If you can’t say something nice, Congratulations!—you’ve made a big step toward being a real person.
— Andry H’tims (@Thing_Finder) June 24, 2014
Dealing with difficult people can teach you tolerance, acceptance, or how to dispose of a body.
— Scott Urich Hunt (@scottthetwat) May 31, 2014
You must have me confused. Don’t worry, it’s easily done.
— mynameisJimmy (@jimmy_sharpe) June 24, 2014
Pugs are cute even though they look like they’ve been kicked in the face. Wait… not pugs… Kevin Bacon.
— Supafunkadunka (@Supafunkadunka) May 30, 2013
H: I just want to be here for you. Me: Well, could you be here for me from over there?
— PinkCamo (@PinkCamoTO) June 24, 2014