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21st Jan '16 3:15:33 PM OnePunch
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* ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' between his constant malfunctioning and lack of tact one has to question Dr. Nefarious's claim to being an evil super genius. Especially when he can't even see past the scathing burns his own personal servant Lawrence who constantly snide's him on a regular basis yet never notices any of it. -->'''Nefarious:''' To think, they called me insane Lawrence. We'll see whose insane... when my pets have exterminated all life, On This MISERABLE PLANET!!!"\\ '''Lawrence:''' Well that should clear things right up sir.\\ or -->'''Nefarious:''' The famous Captain Qwark, Couldn't possibly be this stupid... Could He?\\ '''Lawrence:''' Even drooling imbeciles can achieve success in certain fields sir; Mad Science for example.\
20th Jan '16 1:05:47 PM CountDorku
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** One of your companions, Merrill, starts out a few seconds behind on any sarcastic comment. Since "Snarky" is one of the standard conversation options, this can happen several times in her introductory conversation alone.
9th Jan '16 1:04:40 AM TheKaizerreich
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A common trait among characters who have NoSocialSkills due to an offbeat background, also TheSpock, and those who are just that [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]]. These characters do not understand sarcasm. A lot of times, that can be ([[DeadpanSnarker especially]]) annoying to the sarcastic ones in question. Although characters like this are also often LiteralMinded, some aren't. Sarcasm is tricky for someone to understand, because while "That's great," sometimes does mean that something is great, other times it doesn't. Everything depends on [[IDoNotSpeakNonverbal tone and gestures]]. Likely to cause an InsultBackfire.
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A common trait among characters who have NoSocialSkills due to an offbeat background, also TheSpock, and those who are just that [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]].Serious]], or are just too young. These characters do not understand sarcasm. A lot of times, that can be ([[DeadpanSnarker especially]]) annoying to the sarcastic ones in question. Although characters like this are also often LiteralMinded, some aren't. Sarcasm is tricky for someone to understand, because while "That's great," sometimes does mean that something is great, other times it doesn't. Everything depends on [[IDoNotSpeakNonverbal tone and gestures]]. Likely to cause an InsultBackfire.
28th Dec '15 3:27:07 PM Wyldchyld
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Crosswicking.
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: When Yoruichi sarcastically responds to Yuushirou's latest blubbering by observing how much stronger he's become, he's thrilled she's noticed it. She kicks herself at that, having forgotten that Yuushirou's so naÔve he's incapable of recognising sarcasm.
8th Dec '15 1:04:43 AM PaulA
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] occasionally backfires when she aims it as Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton or Stretch and Bones Snodgrass. Mr. Boynton's so ObliviousToLove that sarcasm has a habit of sliding right off him. Walter Denton occasionally mistakes the sarcastic for the serious. As for the Snodgrasses, it's unlikely [[DumbJock they even know what sarcasm is]].
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] occasionally backfires when she aims it as Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton or Stretch and Bones Snodgrass. Mr. Boynton's so ObliviousToLove that sarcasm has a habit of sliding right off him. Walter Denton occasionally mistakes the sarcastic for the serious. As for the Snodgrasses, it's unlikely [[DumbJock they even know what sarcasm is]].
18th Nov '15 6:41:59 AM Mhazard
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A common trait among characters who have NoSocialSkills due to an offbeat background, also TheSpock, and those who are just that [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]]. These characters do not understand sarcasm. A lot of times, that can be ([[DeadpanSnarker especially]]) annoying to the sarcastic ones in question. Although characters like this are also often LiteralMinded, some aren't. Sarcasm is tricky for someone to understand, because while "That's great," sometimes does mean that something is great, other times it doesn't. Everything depends on [[IDoNotSpeakNonverbal tone and gestures]].
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A common trait among characters who have NoSocialSkills due to an offbeat background, also TheSpock, and those who are just that [[TheComicallySerious Comically Serious]]. These characters do not understand sarcasm. A lot of times, that can be ([[DeadpanSnarker especially]]) annoying to the sarcastic ones in question. Although characters like this are also often LiteralMinded, some aren't. Sarcasm is tricky for someone to understand, because while "That's great," sometimes does mean that something is great, other times it doesn't. Everything depends on [[IDoNotSpeakNonverbal tone and gestures]]. gestures]]. Likely to cause an InsultBackfire.
27th Oct '15 6:07:54 AM DalekExterminer
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* In one episode of ''Series/ModernFamily'', Haley asks whether her boyfriend Dylan can stay at their house, and Claire sarcastically responds that he can take her and Phil's room. Alex has to explain the sarcasm to Haley.
22nd Oct '15 4:42:14 AM TFSyndicate
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--->'''Sheldon:''' Leonard, I believe what we just heard from Penny was sarcasm. (Penny nods) Oh, good. Iím eight for 26 this month.
27th Sep '15 10:52:05 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] occasionally backfires when she aims it as Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton or Stretch and Bones Snodgrass. Mr. Boynton's so OblivousToLove that sarcasm has a habit of sliding right off him. Walter Denton occasionally mistakes the sarcastic for the serious. As for the Snodgrasses, it's unlikely [[DumbJock they even know what sarcasm is]].

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] occasionally backfires when she aims it as Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton or Stretch and Bones Snodgrass. Mr. Boynton's so OblivousToLove ObliviousToLove that sarcasm has a habit of sliding right off him. Walter Denton occasionally mistakes the sarcastic for the serious. As for the Snodgrasses, it's unlikely [[DumbJock they even know what sarcasm is]].
27th Sep '15 10:50:17 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' [[DeadpanSnarker snark]] occasionally backfires when she aims it as Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton or Stretch and Bones Snodgrass. Mr. Boynton's so OblivousToLove that sarcasm has a habit of sliding right off him. Walter Denton occasionally mistakes the sarcastic for the serious. As for the Snodgrasses, it's unlikely [[DumbJock they even know what sarcasm is]].
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