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Sarcasm is lost in print.
– Jon Cryer
The key to humor is often self-loathing or sarcasm. In a sense, that’s how self-loathing is made palatable.
– James Gray
I’m so sick of sarcasm and irony, I could kill! Sincerely, the real root of things is love and sacrifice.
– Ben Foster
Shareholder meetings are not usually the occasion for utter candor – or for that matter, arch sarcasm – by chief executives.
– Alex Berenson
I grew up in an environment of jokes and sarcasm and puns. I talk that way, so I write that way.
– Allan Sloan
I do sarcasm really poorly.
– Brittany Murphy
We are suffering from too much sarcasm.
– Marianne Moore
Sarcasm is a Manchester trait.
– Peter Hook
Avoid sarcasm. Don’t insist on the last word.
– Ford Frick
We’re not big on irony in Jamaica, sarcasm and double-talk. We tend to say things plainly, sometimes to the point of boredom.
– Marlon James
My brothers are both 6 ft. 5 in., and if you have younger brothers who are bigger than you then you have to learn the ancient martial art of sarcasm.
– Nick Moran
I love the French for their sarcasm, their irony. I love them for their bad moods.
– Marjane Satrapi
As a former writer for the ‘National Lampoon,’ I’ve probably contributed to the sea of sarcasm in which we live.
– P. J. O’Rourke
Sarcasm doesn’t read sarcastic in print.
– Kristen Schaal
Sarcasm doesn’t translate in print at all.
– Megan Fox
Some sarcasm is best told simply.
– Kevin Hart
I was aware of a lot of my friends being into things I wasn’t into. Like sarcasm. It had never been a part of my family – they still don’t use sarcasm.
– Kate Bush
Neither irony or sarcasm is argument.
– Samuel Butler
This music won’t do. There’s not enough sarcasm in it.
– Samuel Goldwyn
You had to learn at a certain age what sarcasm is, you know?
– Penny Marshall
The clear problem of the outlawing of insult is that too many things can be interpreted as such. Criticism, ridicule, sarcasm, merely stating an alternative point of view to the orthodoxy, can be interpreted as insult.
– Rowan Atkinson
Somebody says, ‘Do a Tom Bodett, a folksy kind of thing,’ and it sounds like something out of ‘Hee Haw,’ very insulting. They turn wry humor into disparaging sarcasm, and you get what amounts to insulting advertising.
– Tom Bodett
My natural-born sarcasm, when it’s unimpeded, can be a bit overbearing at times and I’m the first to admit that.
– Tom Bergeron
I’d like to do more stuff with less sarcasm.
– Sara Gilbert