A tongue of which the user speaks of something the complete opposite of what the user means. It often has the best comedic value.
Ex. 1: "I'm okay. Don't mind the gaping wound and the sword protruding from my back. I'm fine. Feel like a million fucking bucks, dammit."
"Is your car stuck in the mud?"
"No, no, of course not. I'm only practicing how to spray mud using my tires.
an adjective, describing a type of humor. People who are sarcastic usually annoy the hell out of everyone who cant get their jokes. They also piss people off by going too far and accidentaly offending them.
SarcasticIronic: Oh SURE, because we all know how UNIQUE and SINGULAR you are!
Thuthpenthe: STFU, why do you always have to be so sarcastic?
SarcasticIronic: I love you :(
One of the most misused words in the entire English language.
There are several types of irony.
Socratic irony - When someone pretends to be naive about a certain subject, and uses his questions about it to point out a flaw in the established belief. This is often used on the TV show South Park, where the children often ask questions about a situation until the folly in a parent's decision becomes clear.
Sarcasm - Understatement, mocking overstatement, or heavy-handed irony (stating the flat opposite of the truth) where both parties are aware of the difference between what's said and what's actually happening.
Situational Irony - The irony that most people think of. A difference between what you expect to happen (in a story, for example) and what actually happens. Rain on your wedding day would be a sort-of example, because a wedding day is generally expected to be a perfect, happy day. The good advice you didn't take, however, would NOT be irony, because that has nothing to do with what is expected and what isn't expected. A traffic jam when you're already late wouldn't be irony either; there's no automatic expectation that traffic will be fine, just because you happen to be late.
Irony of Fate - The concept that the Gods, Fates, etc. are toying with humans for amusement by using irony. Beethoven's loss of hearing is a famous example; one would expect a composer to be able to hear his compositions, but fate denied him that ability.
Tragic (Dramatic) Irony - When the audience knows something that some of the characters don't know in a play/movie/novel/whatever. For example, when the horror flick psycho is in the house and the homeowner just goes in without suspecting anything.
So, yeah, Alanis was wrong in a lot of her song, but there ARE some examples of irony in there - and a few that are kinda-sorta, but could be better. The old man who buys a lottery ticket is one; it would be a better example if he won, and then died of a heart attack from the shock of winning.
the most sexy, erotic, flirtatious, hot stuff, bootylicious 4 letter word you'll ever see. If you spell it backwards, you get kram which according to urban dictionary means smoking weed/ganja/herb; how cool is that! I know you're impressed. If you take the mark out of supermarket, all you're left with is superet and that's pretty stupid cause why would you go out to the superet, it makes no sense. Mark means warlike, especially in bed if ya know what i mean. Its definitely the coolest word/name ever cause if you spell it frontwards and backwards, its different!!!
On your Mark, Get Set, Go!
Means the intense use of sarcasm / to be extremely sarcastic
Jesus holy christ check out Alana's sarcasmitude.
A punctuation mark for those too stupid and uncreative to show people their words are sarcastic through context clues and other, more subtle means.
Finally the stupid can communicate artless sarcasm.
Steve, a witless moron, ended every sarcastic sentence with a sarcmark, as he was infinitely lazy and uncreative.
Abbreviation for sarcastic, or the word used by a dumbshit who can't spell scary right.
Kim:Why do you always have 2 be so sarcy?
Tim:I'm not i'm being scary.GRRRRRRRR!!
Sarkis Cafe in Evanston, Illinois.
Lets go to Sarks.
Person 1 : Oh, it's you.
Person 2 : No.. Really? Where?
Person 1 : Stop being so sarkee!
A disease that is not a significant threat to the health of the worlds population. More people die of the common cold every day than die from SARS. The media saw SARS as a cheap way to boost ratings during the time just before sweeps week in order to build up a strong viewer base. It was CONVENIENTLY reported at the same time that we were bombing Iraq into oblivion. Hmmmmmm,,, isn't it interesting how things just happen to pop up when Bush needs the country's attention focused elsewhere while he's busy raping the world........