I agree and I think that people are more receptive to a message when it is delivered like this than with an angry rant
Its an art, like comedic timing. Knowing how to read your audience can be key
I will usually direct the insult against myself in order to avoid insulting someone. That is, unless they deserve to be insulted
Yeah, that works. I do that, too. I have to say that my sarcasm is usually directed at politics, certain "woke" social justice issues, or stupidity in general. Not at individuals.by the way, JP Sears can be really funny. I've seen a lot of his stuff. His thing about "How to be Ultra-spiritual" was hilarious. The first one of his videos that I saw was years ago. It was about "How to pick up on spiritual chicks". OMG, ROFLDid you see the one that appeared after the video you posted? It is about "White wokeness". Really good.
Not yet but I will check it out. Have you ever read the book called Woke? Check it out. The Kindle version is on sale right now for $2.99. It is a great satire of Woke idiotswww.amazon.com/.../ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0
I'll check it out.
I totally agree. Unless you really want to insult someone then make it obvious or be self deprecating
True! For me personally, I'd use sarcasm at someone's expense when I just can't seem to reason with them. It's a funny way of pointing out their flawed logic without seeming too affected by it.
Thanks for the mho 🥂
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LOL, It can be harder to detect it when it is written instead of spoken :)
Even spoken indont get it lmao
I usually "Get it" when it is spoken, but not always :)
That is a good point
@jennycash I am engaged and have a family
I had not heard of him before. Is he a comedian?
JP Sears, in the video? He is a comedian
oh, that explains it