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19th Aug '17 3:04:33 AM Astaroth
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* ''Literature/ArtemisFowl: The Eternity Code'' has Loafers Macguire, a mafia hitman. The narration describes sarcasm making a slight whistling noise as it sails clean over his head.
5th Aug '17 9:05:31 AM ngh93
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'''Mr. Tweedy:''' ''[excitedly]'' My favorite!

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'''Mr. Tweedy:''' ''[excitedly]'' My favorite!favorite!\\
'''Mrs. Tweedy''': ''Chicken'' pies, you great lummox!
5th Aug '17 9:01:08 AM ngh93
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* ''Disney/HomeOnTheRange'':

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**Ironically, Maggie can completely understand Calloway's sarcasm in almost every other scene.
22nd Jun '17 6:59:54 AM Gosicrystal
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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma. Often seen in CaptainObvious. It's also a trait found in persons with UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.

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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma. Often seen in CaptainObvious. It's also a trait found in persons with UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.
UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome. It can lead to an IWasJustJoking situation.
26th Apr '17 12:49:06 PM FuzzyBoots
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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma. Its also a trait found in persons with UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.

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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma. Its Often seen in CaptainObvious. It's also a trait found in persons with UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.
4th Apr '17 5:16:04 PM Cantido
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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma.

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Compare PoesLaw, CryingWolf, DoNotDoThisCoolThing, SchmuckBait, NoSenseOfHumor, CannotConveySarcasm, SarcasmMode, BluntMetaphorsTrauma.
BluntMetaphorsTrauma. Its also a trait found in persons with UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome.
18th Mar '17 8:54:15 AM ngh93
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* ''WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': Tommy and his friends can never comprehend whenever Angelica is being sarcastic. Ironically, Angelica herself falls into this trope when she overhears [[DepravedKidsShowHost Miss Carol]] state that the real catchphrase of the show is "[[CurseCutShort she thinks they're all little]]--" (''SoundEffectBleep'') and Angelica thinks it's sincere. This leads to a [[InnocentSwearing quite disastrous turn of events]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': *''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'': Tommy and his friends can never comprehend whenever Angelica is being sarcastic. Ironically, Angelica herself falls into this trope when she overhears [[DepravedKidsShowHost Miss Carol]] state that the real catchphrase of the show is "[[CurseCutShort she thinks they're all little]]--" (''SoundEffectBleep'') and Angelica thinks it's sincere. This leads to a [[InnocentSwearing quite disastrous turn of events]].
18th Mar '17 8:53:32 AM ngh93
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*''WesternAnimation/Rugrats'': Tommy and his friends can never comprehend whenever Angelica is being sarcastic. Ironically, Angelica herself falls into this trope when she overhears [[DepravedKidsShowHost Miss Carol]] state that the real catchphrase of the show is "[[CurseCutShort she thinks they're all little]]--" (''SoundEffectBleep'') and Angelica thinks it's sincere. This leads to a [[InnocentSwearing quite disastrous turn of events]].
15th Mar '17 5:52:40 AM annette12
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** In at least one episode, this is inverted: Sheldon takes something as sarcastic when it isn't. I suppose this can be TruthInTelevision to some extent if you can't recognize sarcasm and you're used to looking for it everywhere.

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** In at least one episode, this is inverted: Sheldon takes something as sarcastic when it isn't. I suppose this This can be TruthInTelevision to some extent if you can't recognize sarcasm and you're used to looking for it everywhere.


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** ...but not always.
--->'''Sheldon:''' I zinged him with sarcasm, he didnít even notice.
--->'''Leonard:''' [[SarcasmMode I know, and it was the greatest sarcastic quip Iíve ever heard.]]
--->'''Sheldon:''' [[SincerityMode Well, arenít you a peach.]]
14th Mar '17 3:44:26 PM EpicLinkSam
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* In ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' Kaiba is still his usual sarcastic self, yet when he IS sarcastic, no one cares or are just too dumb.
** Yami Yugi just seems to IGNORE the sarcasm from others, look at this exchange:
-->'''Yami:''' Reeeally, you mean he came up with the idea of making fun of a Japanese cartoon on the Internet? How innovative. Genius, even.
-->'''Yugi:''' You know, sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.
-->'''Yami:''' Well, you'd know all about that.
-->'''Yugi:''' What?
-->'''Yami:''' Being lowest I mean.
-->'''Yugi:''' Okayó
-->'''Yami:''' Because you're so short and all.
-->'''Yugi:''' Yeah, good one.
-->'''Yami:''' Thank you.
-->'''Yugi:''' I was being sarcastic.
-->'''Yami:''' I still accept the compliment.
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