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What to do about your sarcasm

I hold mine in.

Does anybody else?

What are your experiences with letting it out vs. holding it in?

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I hold it in sometimes

But usually when I don’t I get into trouble. :wink:

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It’s hard to be civil and supportive and sarcastic at the same time isn’t it?.

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Is sarcasm an “anger management problem”?
A pride management problem?

Sarcasm has it’s place and time. It can be raucously funny, or cuttingly mean. It depends who’s dishing it out and who is receiving.

I completely back off on some posters of this forum. Others I feel I can tease a bit with my sarcasm. Doesn’t always work out, but that’s usually how I play the game.

I’m very sarcastic.

It’s a symptom of being smart by the way.

Anybody can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way - that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy.

Aristotle

I was gonna say – is it an intelligence management problem?

I’m not too sarcastic but I am known to be Cheeky :blush:

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Sarcasm is a smart ass management problem.

Lol no, sarcasm goes up as intelligence goes up.

Sarcastic people are often quite intelligent.

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Haha, I knew it

I take note of it, as I do with everything that’s in there during the day, and go on to the next bunch of thoughts.
Patrick and Mortimer Mouse, I disagree strongly with your POV’s. Sarcasm is a foible of the young.

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