SARCKS are SARCasm delineation marCKS. Defined by set of parentheses surrounded by a set of asterisks, they are used to clarify a sarcastic tone in an e-mail, text message, or other typed correspondence. Any text between these marks should be read in a sarcastic tone. Much like quotation marks show speech, sarcks show sarcasm.
*(Sure, I'd love to work your Saturday morning shift.)* is a good use of sarcks, Thus letting your slacker co-worker know that not only will you NOT be working their shift, but it was ridiculous for them to ask you to in the first place.
by Mo Goldstein March 02, 2007