The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose or criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of logically flawed statements, made hyper-apparent by one's studying for the LSAT.
Chad: "I don't think I've ever successfully used an entire bottle of mustard. It generally sits in the fridge for several years until Laura goes, 'gross, this expired over a year ago...'

Tom: "Chad, please excuse the LSATire, but I question the logical validity of your saying you've never 'successfully used an entire bottle of mustard,' unless you've occasionally heard Laura say: 'no dear, you use the knife to spread the mustard, not the mustard to spread the knife'... Dummy."
by Mint Julep-Perez April 20, 2011

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