- Your sense of humor could be described as an “acquired taste.”
- Sarcasm slips out of your mouth so often that you often forget you’re doing it.
- You have to tell people when you’re being serious, because they’re so used to you making jokes.
- And since your default is sarcasm, you have a hard time turning it off when others need you to.
- You’re never more on point than when you meet a fellow sarcastic person with whom you can trade quips.
- Tough love has always been your thing, but no one else seems to like it.
- It takes a LOT to get you excited.
- And even when you do get excited, you still express it with sarcasm, which confuses everyone just the same.
- Saying something sarcastic makes you feel better immediately afterward, even if the person you’re talking to doesn’t get it.
- You’ve had to say the words, “I’m just kidding,” at least once a week.
- In fact, you’ve learned the hard way that ending thoughts with “Just kidding!” is probably the safest thing to do.
- When you meet someone and you instantly hate them, you have a super hard time hiding it.
- It’s gotten to a point where you mock others openly without even realizing you’re doing it.
- People often say that you have an “attitude problem,” but those people clearly suck.
- Your way of dealing with emotions is through sarcasm, which can sometimes work and other times…not so much.
- And you have a hard time with compliments, in general. It’s not that we don’t want to be complimented… we’re just not particularly good at hearing how wonderful we are.
- People immediately know how you feel about something, whether you want them to or not.
- You’ve been called out for fake laughing before… oops!
- When you meet someone who isn’t sarcastic, it kind of feels like talking to a baby.
- Sometimes you worry that you’re the only one who thinks you’re funny…
- But actually, the real problem is that you’re the funniest person in the whole damn room.
Published by Bosco O'Brian
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