Good natured humor of untruth that isn't ambiguous like normal sarcasm. Can be a statement that's obvious exaggeration or something too dumb or campy to need saying in the first place.
Examples of post-sarcasm:
-"You got a face I could go gay for, Mikey."
"Aww, shut up, Mills"
-"How'd that date go last night?"
"Fuckin, we were fucking for WEEKS."
-"Fuckin for weeks that's a pretty good amount of time."
"I had to take a break every so often to pay my bills."
An individual who jumps into an thread and flames the OP without taking the time to read and understand the post.
on a gaming site: The Op posts "Grass is overpowered." A scarcastij jab at all the crying about over powered weapons.
a "fish" will jump into the fray and flame the OP without taking the time to see the sarcasm.
An emoticon or "smily" which is used on a message board to show others that your post was sarcastic. Also referred to as jimlad. Popularized by SeattleClone, a member Cyclone Fanatic (a well-known message board for fans of Iowa State University).
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Poster 1: I hope Harrison Barnes doesn't come here!
Poster 2: I hope you meant to put a sarcasm pirate on that because if you didn't, you are an idiot!
An unintentional response to Gen X's use of sarcasm, a post-ironic comment is one which the speaker actually says what they feel, but with a sarcastic tone. A post-ironic comment is usually accompanied with a wink or some other motion to make the listener feel that the speaker is joking, even though they're not.
Dan and Judy are laughing.
Judy looks at the clock and says, "Oh, I'm so sorry, Dan. I have to run, I forgot that I'm meeting up with Toby right now."
Dan says, "That's not cool. I'll never look at you the same," and laughs.
Judy asks, "Were you being post-ironic?"
Dan says, "Of course not," and laughs again.
adj. 1) Used to describe when someones exaggerated stereotypical behavior, that they themselves actually neither are a part of nor actually like/agree with, imitates that of a lifestyle, trend, or social category liked by other people somewhere. 2) This can be when a person is making an attempt to be ironic or to make fun of a specific group, by pretending to be one of them, with out making it obvious to the common passer-by that they do not think what they are listening to, wearing, doing and/or saying, is actually 'cool'.more...
-Usually done with at least a somewhat malicious intent.
-this is usually used to describe long term behavior.
-this person must actually belong to a different social group than they are post pseudo portraying.
-in some cases this person may have previously been a member of the social group they are now post pseudo'ing, and then went through a period of being over it, before cycling back again with post pseudo intentions.
-if someone post pseudos for too long they are at risk of suddenly or gradually realizing they can no longer tell if whether they think what they're doin...
On-line or computer based sarcasm such as in forums. Often hard to detect and can be taken literally by other members
Post A "check out my new ....."
Post B "Yeah that is really cool. Next time I have some cash I am going to get one of those!"
Post C "Is that e-casm or are you being serious?"
1. Displays of aggression, dissatisfaction, anger to a mass online audience such as facebook status, twitter, plaxo, linked-in, IM status (choogle, yahoo, AIM), etc. with the intention of targeting a individual or small group who are known to be connected and receive these messages.
2. Exchanging or dealing insults, epithets, or derogatory terms at an individual through a mass communication or online community.
3. Mini-flame or rant carried out in a public online community, forum, blog, or email-list using sarcasm or other passive-aggressive behaviors.
1. Jill had a massive aggressive post that read "(name) is happy that some people don't try to steal her boyfriend"
2. Jane was being massive aggressive toward you after your break up by setting her facebook status to say "(name) is done dating total tools"
3. Dood, is Tony being massive aggressive or what? He wrote "(name) is spending time with friends who don't flake out on plans all the time." facebook.