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  • archmagician
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    "When we use sarcasm, you would never in real life say ‘sarcasm,’” Kapogianni says. But when people mark their sarcastic tweets with hashtags or emoji, “they make it absolutely explicit, which sort of goes against this general idea that sarcasm is always implicit.”

    As someone who is inherently sarcastic, I find this part to be why I view the /s thing to be completely pointless when people use it.

    • Appaloosa
      +6

      At some sites, /s is like wearing a flack jacket. The amount of .357 caliber "I'm offended" TM ammunition far outweighs any sense of humor.

      • archmagician
        +4

        I guess that's why I also inherently don't give a shit if someone gets offended.

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