Gift for intelligent, ability to compose messages which questions another’s intellect.

Also known as a sixth sense as one’s ability to detect the offence and threat of one’s self or another’s during sight or hearing of sarcasm.
2 males in a school canteen queuing.

Wang:so are you going 2 buy somting?
Peter: no i just like standing in line with a wang
by LINX August 28, 2004
The best language for someone who asks stupid questions, someone who states the obvious or generally, a dumbass
Dr. House speaks sarcasm

I speak two languages: english and sarcasm
by J'adore UD November 01, 2009
the highest form of wit in most countries like the uk, but regarded as lowest in america as americans have trouble under standing when your are being sarcastic or not. the art of stating a sentance but meaning the exact opposite.
unsuspecting american: hey i see you got shot down there. how you doing?

british guy: oh great, fucking GREAT! IFLML!

unsuspecting american: oh ok see u l8r *walks off*

British guy: DAMN IT! SARCASM!
by the_random_user1 June 07, 2009
The connection between the author of wit and the person who doesn't get it.
Sarcasm at its prime:

"I'm sorry, i thought we were having a state the obvious contest here"

"I'd agree with you but then we'd both be wrong"

"Let me know if anything I say offends you; I may want to offend you again later"
by "Like this needs your input"" April 26, 2009
That shit Alana Lawton tries to pull at 11:00
"hey guys lets all get dressed up in like super cute clothes and tight dresses and skirts for absolutely nothing but get drunk and take awkward pictures where we are hugging but theres like 4 feet between us and we are falling backwards and post them on facebook every fucking weekend." (sarcasm
by zahh zahh May 11, 2011
A faked orgasm. Used when a woman thinks her lover's style is TOTALLY lame.
Monica: "So you and John fucked? How was it?"
Sue: "I threw a SARCASM at him to get it over with... that dude SUCKS in the sack!"
by Scrappy SamCat January 28, 2009
saying something ironically

saying the opposite of what you mean in a jokingly "as a matter of fact" tone
From Disney's The Lion King 1 1/2

(after trying to break up Simba and Nala)
Timon: Well, that worked like a dream.
Pumbaa: It did?
Timon: Sarcasm is a foreign language to you, isn't it?
by Zippitydoodah June 18, 2008

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