It is the humour of the sophisticated individual, the jokes that aren’t immediately caught by the untrained ear, but have the potential to be hilarious when the connection is made.
But at the same time, it is a tool that must be used selectively, for its power can easily backfire upon you.
I’ve used sarcasm for as long as I can remember. Actually, it was likely in my teenage years where I decided that sarcasm was going to be an integral part of my life.
Sarcasm can make you the funniest person in the room.
Sarcasm can get you invited to parties since you tell such GREAT stories.
But sarcasm can quickly make you lose friends as well.