That's not sarcasm, that's mocking
@SkizleDNizleS, to be honest sarcasm can be mocking at times
@SkizleDNizleS, tHat'S nOt SaRcAsM, tHaT's MoCkInG.
@SkizleDNizleS, mocking is to sarcasm what rage is to anger
@SkizleDNizleS, that’s also not written
@SkizleDNizleS, it is sarcasm used to mock. Mocking does not have a very specific structure.
Suuuuuure there isnt.
@abelgray, I mean... if you say so
@abelgray, what if the op was being sarcastic about how it's impossible to covey sarcasm
@Honk Machine, as if that will ever work /s
@TheWhiteWolf, I've always wondered why the /s goes at the end, cause then you have to go back and re-read it in the sarcastic tone
@FullMetalAlcoholist, because it's from reddit and reddit is generally not the smartest
@FullMetalAlcoholist, and if you start by saying something is sarcastic then some people might avoid reading it altogether
Ohh yeaaa. What a GREAAAT job at conveying sarcasm there.
What is missing among your amateur honks & whistles is a firm grasp of hyperbole. Oscar Wilde would be your senpai.
Both sentences are credible statements but offer recognizable overtones...
You could just do what Reddit does and add a “/s” at the end
I’d always put ... at the end of the message before there were emojis. Now I just use 😒
I write I love you in my wife’s birthday card every year.