Sarcasm is a gift that keeps on giving. Although not everyone is a fan of it. And I get it. Misunderstandings are common in sarcastic jokes, and if a person doesn’t figure out their tone when saying literally the opposite of what they mean, they may be the only one laughing.
Luckily, the internet is fueled by memes, the badass cousins of an IRL sarcastic joke, where references are subtle, puns are over the top, the relatable situations in question are many times worse, and the tagline doesn’t match the image. But it’s a quintessential form of online social interaction, and the virtual world would be a much blanker place without ‘em.
The Instagram page that has a whopping, pull your seat closer, 9.6 million followers, called Sarcastic_us combines them both: sarcasm and memes in hilariously relatable posts. From its sheer popularity, we can conclude this is exactly what people are looking for in social media entertainment, so I just leave the stage to it right here.
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