How can I become more sarcastic

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

Being sarcastic is easier than you think.
Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations.
Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone’s feelings, so tread lightly and don’t overdo it.

Use sarcasm in reference to ideas or events:
For instance, after seeing a dull film, you might say, “Well that was fun.
” Place special emphasis on “that” to give your voice a sarcastic tone.

-After watching a video of a motorcyclist launch themselves and their motorcycle through a ring of fire, you might say, “That looks safe.

Use sarcasm to chide a mistake:
Similarly, if your friend is walking around looking down at their phone and bumps into a post without injuring themselves, you could make a sarcastic comment like, “Great job.

Use old-fashioned language:
If you’re really subtle about using sarcasm, your conversation partner might not pick up on it.
You can clarify that you’re being sarcastic by using unusual words and phrases like “gosh” and “golly” before making a sarcastic comment.

-For example, if you and your friend are running behind and they say, “We’re going to be late,” you might reply sarcastically, “Gosh, you don’t say?”
Anyway!
Thanks for reading

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

Being sarcastic is easier than you think.
Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations.
Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone’s feelings, so tread lightly and don’t overdo it.

Use sarcasm in reference to ideas or events:
For instance, after seeing a dull film, you might say, “Well that was fun.
” Place special emphasis on “that” to give your voice a sarcastic tone.

-After watching a video of a motorcyclist launch themselves and their motorcycle through a ring of fire, you might say, “That looks safe.

Use sarcasm to chide a mistake:
Similarly, if your friend is walking around looking down at their phone and bumps into a post without injuring themselves, you could make a sarcastic comment like, “Great job.

Use old-fashioned language:
If you’re really subtle about using sarcasm, your conversation partner might not pick up on it.
You can clarify that you’re being sarcastic by using unusual words and phrases like “gosh” and “golly” before making a sarcastic comment.

-For example, if you and your friend are running behind and they say, “We’re going to be late,” you might reply sarcastically, “Gosh, you don’t say?”
Anyway!
Thanks for reading

Why would you like to be negative in life? Are you aware that negative thinking will reinforce only negative thoughts in your mind and change your personality in the long run as a negative person? Why would you like to cultivate skills in sarcasm especially in interpersonal relationships? Only to hurt others as a reaction to your ego getting ruffled.
Right.
If you give this so much importance then you would have trained yourself to acquire a negative trait into your personality.
It's not worth spending so much energy and time to so towards negativity.
Sarcasm should be treated merely as a tool of communication for effectiveness, only at times and not as some sort after trait.
Sarcasm is dark humour.
The toungue-in-cheek statement to ridicule another thought.
Use it in communication judiciously but not as a type of style of conversation unique to you.
Hope you got my point.

There’s no doubt sarcasm is the weapon to use in front of the hordes of stupid people we come across every single day; but like every other weapon, there’s a price to pay for using it, which in this case is risking connections with important people in your life.
It’s no secret that sarcasm, like every other art form, require lots of practice and patience, but there are a few basic rules which can get you started until you actually get the hang of it.
Here they are –
Important note – When you’re just fibbing with someone, make it crystal clear.
Explaining that you’re just kidding around won’t do any harm when you’re trying to maintain a healthy relation with that person.
I did lose a few friendships at work due to this.
It’s better to be highly careful than to keep delivering apologies that won’t be accepted.
P.
S.
Thanks for the answer request.
Means a lot.
This is the first time someone actually asked to talk about this aspect of my life.

Sarcasm is simple.
It’s a fleeting moment where one is the King or the Queen.
It’s nice to hold on to it for longer.
But do you really want to?
YES.
So, here’s how you do it.
It’s all about psychological warfare.
There is much more to Sarcasm than being funny.
Come to think of it, it’s not much about being funny.
It’s about WINNING.

Okay, so it’s actually the hardest thing you’ll ever learn… actually, all you have to remember and practice is finding logical inconsistencies in speech/writing of others and quickly coming up with some way to “invert” it (kind of like a very short reductio ad absurdum only much more absurd).
The trick is to time it correctly and use the right “tone of voice,” which comes with practice and, guess what? TIME.
The best way to describe it? It isn’t just saying the opposite.
Here’s an example:
“You know what I hate? I hate it when girls think they can friend-zone me because I’m a nice guy.

Reply with: Yes, because, as we all know, nice guys hate things.
Especially things done by girls.
Do you see the way it is said? First, you have to ask this fundamental question: “Is there something logically wrong and/or absurd implicit in what they said?
Don’t spend too long thinking, though.
You may have to practice or think through a few examples at first, but it becomes much easier and more practical.
The last bit of advice I have to give you (which ties into the last example) is to develop a “bullshit meter” and never be “too happy.
” This isn’t to say that you should be an asshole, but know the difference between happy and delusional.
For instance:
“Well, I’ve been practicing positive thinking and it has actually dramatically improved my life!”
Response: Sure, just ignore the fact that a lot of life is negative.
It’s not like reality is real.
Now, finally, a “bullshit meter” is something you can use whenever somebody uses “statistics” (also known as average bullshit, heh) or makes an argument without substantiation.
So, if you know anything about modern science, mathematics, history, economics, etc , this bullshit meter will be even more finely tuned when that subject is brought up by a person who doesn’t seem to be able to add 2 and 2, but claims it’s 17% of the stock value of Apple.
So, there you have it! My most exhaustive tutorial on sarcasm (not really) and my first post on Quora.

I have something to tell about this question.
.
our brain has two parts one is the rational, logical and thoughtful one.
The other is the lazy, illogical one .
If you are asking this question i am presuming that you are like me the logical one and sarcasm, wit, humor comes from the illogical spontaneous brain .
So, i would like to suggest you the technique which i used to become more funny.
There must be a constant voice in your brain which will be telling you to do the right things and speak the right words.
Leave that voice as it is, that voice is you and now there must be another voice which must be shouting bad words, cursing, trying to suggest you all the unwanted things, things that you fear from .
Name that voice something, in my case i named it cherry.
Now, talk to that voice like it was a friend of you, I preffered the name cherry because i wanted a female friend 😉 .
I will tell u a few puns cherry would give out when i would talk to her.
Me : hi cherry, i talked to an old friend.
Cherry : oh yes i could see you frowning and trying to gain sympathy
Me: now, can't i even share my pain and gain a bit sympathy from my own friends.
Cherry: right the only thing you know how to gain apart from weight gain…
Me:(laughing on my ownself)
This is like a low humor pun, but this is what i am trying to point out, you wit and sense of humor is within you.
I chose this way to let it out.
I never thought i could ever make a joke like that, but i did.
You can have your own ways.
I feel this is the best one it always relives pain and lets you gain confidence on yourself.
Cheers :)

You should have this qualities to be SARCASTIC:
0.
good vocabulary( rhyming words, double meaning words)
1.
Watch comedy shows
2.
quick thinking( more responsive more sarcastic)
3.
should know person's weak point which can make laugh.
4.
Relate with some jokes you have seen in movie
5.
follow memes in social media
Eg: Me: I will get 1k upvotes
Sarcastic reply: lol!!! Good joke
Hope this may help you!!!

Beginners Guide to Sarcasm

STEP 1: OBSERVATION
To learn the art of sarcasm, first you must observe.

It is not that hard to find sarcasm around you.
You can even find it inside your home.
Yes, I’m taking about the masters of sarcasm; our parents.
Don’t see it? well that might just be me then.
STEP 2: PRACTICE
After observation, comes practice.
Try it with your friends.
Throw unexpected one liners and try to respond sarcastically.
Just observe , and you’ll find situations to be sarcastic in.
STEP 3: TIMING
The thing you should keep in mind is when and Aishwarya Sawant’s tution of being sarcastic.
Whenever someone asks you a question , what you have to do is-
CONGRATULATIONS!!You are sarcastic now!
Image source- Google

Sarcasm is a pure outcome how intelligent you are, how good you are with the language and finally how refined you are in your thinking.
The first is what you have in your genes and the environment you have grown up.
So pretty much its what you have and I am sure you are intelligent.
Being good with language comes only from reading classics.
The more you read Dickens, Jane Austen, Shakespeare the better you become with language, if its English.
Similar with other languages like Hindi, Bengali etc.
So read good literature as much as possible.
The best benefit of reading is reading simulates your creative area making you better and better with usage of words, semantics and appropriate usage.
And finally, refinement of though comes from trying to learning, identifying and appreciating good art (music, fine arts, philosophy).
This will refine your responses in a situation and you will master the art of sarcasm.
Hope this helps.

You are asking a professor, with a double doctorate in the Art of Sarcasm and the Art of How to Insult Fucktards.
Cracks knuckles
2.
Master the skill of epic [read at least not shitty] comebacks
3.
Show that sexy sass
4.
Focus on that poker face, with an occasional smirk
5.
“Yeah, you are cool” translates into “I’d rather talk to my dog’s non existent pair of balls”
6.
Don’t overdo it

Wondering where your pro tip #1 is? Even I don't know what it is.

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

Being sarcastic is easier than you think.
Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations.
Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone’s feelings, so tread lightly and don’t overdo it.

Use sarcasm in reference to ideas or events:
For instance, after seeing a dull film, you might say, “Well that was fun.
” Place special emphasis on “that” to give your voice a sarcastic tone.

-After watching a video of a motorcyclist launch themselves and their motorcycle through a ring of fire, you might say, “That looks safe.

Use sarcasm to chide a mistake:
Similarly, if your friend is walking around looking down at their phone and bumps into a post without injuring themselves, you could make a sarcastic comment like, “Great job.

Use old-fashioned language:
If you’re really subtle about using sarcasm, your conversation partner might not pick up on it.
You can clarify that you’re being sarcastic by using unusual words and phrases like “gosh” and “golly” before making a sarcastic comment.

-For example, if you and your friend are running behind and they say, “We’re going to be late,” you might reply sarcastically, “Gosh, you don’t say?”
Anyway!
Thanks for reading

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

Why would you like to be negative in life? Are you aware that negative thinking will reinforce only negative thoughts in your mind and change your personality in the long run as a negative person? Why would you like to cultivate skills in sarcasm especially in interpersonal relationships? Only to hurt others as a reaction to your ego getting ruffled.
Right.
If you give this so much importance then you would have trained yourself to acquire a negative trait into your personality.
It's not worth spending so much energy and time to so towards negativity.
Sarcasm should be treated merely as a tool of communication for effectiveness, only at times and not as some sort after trait.
Sarcasm is dark humour.
The toungue-in-cheek statement to ridicule another thought.
Use it in communication judiciously but not as a type of style of conversation unique to you.
Hope you got my point.

Being sarcastic is easier than you think.
Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations.
Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone’s feelings, so tread lightly and don’t overdo it.

Use sarcasm in reference to ideas or events:
For instance, after seeing a dull film, you might say, “Well that was fun.
” Place special emphasis on “that” to give your voice a sarcastic tone.

-After watching a video of a motorcyclist launch themselves and their motorcycle through a ring of fire, you might say, “That looks safe.

Use sarcasm to chide a mistake:
Similarly, if your friend is walking around looking down at their phone and bumps into a post without injuring themselves, you could make a sarcastic comment like, “Great job.

Use old-fashioned language:
If you’re really subtle about using sarcasm, your conversation partner might not pick up on it.
You can clarify that you’re being sarcastic by using unusual words and phrases like “gosh” and “golly” before making a sarcastic comment.

-For example, if you and your friend are running behind and they say, “We’re going to be late,” you might reply sarcastically, “Gosh, you don’t say?”
Anyway!
Thanks for reading

I have something to tell about this question.
.
our brain has two parts one is the rational, logical and thoughtful one.
The other is the lazy, illogical one .
If you are asking this question i am presuming that you are like me the logical one and sarcasm, wit, humor comes from the illogical spontaneous brain .
So, i would like to suggest you the technique which i used to become more funny.
There must be a constant voice in your brain which will be telling you to do the right things and speak the right words.
Leave that voice as it is, that voice is you and now there must be another voice which must be shouting bad words, cursing, trying to suggest you all the unwanted things, things that you fear from .
Name that voice something, in my case i named it cherry.
Now, talk to that voice like it was a friend of you, I preffered the name cherry because i wanted a female friend 😉 .
I will tell u a few puns cherry would give out when i would talk to her.
Me : hi cherry, i talked to an old friend.
Cherry : oh yes i could see you frowning and trying to gain sympathy
Me: now, can't i even share my pain and gain a bit sympathy from my own friends.
Cherry: right the only thing you know how to gain apart from weight gain…
Me:(laughing on my ownself)
This is like a low humor pun, but this is what i am trying to point out, you wit and sense of humor is within you.
I chose this way to let it out.
I never thought i could ever make a joke like that, but i did.
You can have your own ways.
I feel this is the best one it always relives pain and lets you gain confidence on yourself.
Cheers :)

Sarcasm is simple.
It’s a fleeting moment where one is the King or the Queen.
It’s nice to hold on to it for longer.
But do you really want to?
YES.
So, here’s how you do it.
It’s all about psychological warfare.
There is much more to Sarcasm than being funny.
Come to think of it, it’s not much about being funny.
It’s about WINNING.

There’s no doubt sarcasm is the weapon to use in front of the hordes of stupid people we come across every single day; but like every other weapon, there’s a price to pay for using it, which in this case is risking connections with important people in your life.
It’s no secret that sarcasm, like every other art form, require lots of practice and patience, but there are a few basic rules which can get you started until you actually get the hang of it.
Here they are –
Important note – When you’re just fibbing with someone, make it crystal clear.
Explaining that you’re just kidding around won’t do any harm when you’re trying to maintain a healthy relation with that person.
I did lose a few friendships at work due to this.
It’s better to be highly careful than to keep delivering apologies that won’t be accepted.
P.
S.
Thanks for the answer request.
Means a lot.
This is the first time someone actually asked to talk about this aspect of my life.

Okay, so it’s actually the hardest thing you’ll ever learn… actually, all you have to remember and practice is finding logical inconsistencies in speech/writing of others and quickly coming up with some way to “invert” it (kind of like a very short reductio ad absurdum only much more absurd).
The trick is to time it correctly and use the right “tone of voice,” which comes with practice and, guess what? TIME.
The best way to describe it? It isn’t just saying the opposite.
Here’s an example:
“You know what I hate? I hate it when girls think they can friend-zone me because I’m a nice guy.

Reply with: Yes, because, as we all know, nice guys hate things.
Especially things done by girls.
Do you see the way it is said? First, you have to ask this fundamental question: “Is there something logically wrong and/or absurd implicit in what they said?
Don’t spend too long thinking, though.
You may have to practice or think through a few examples at first, but it becomes much easier and more practical.
The last bit of advice I have to give you (which ties into the last example) is to develop a “bullshit meter” and never be “too happy.
” This isn’t to say that you should be an asshole, but know the difference between happy and delusional.
For instance:
“Well, I’ve been practicing positive thinking and it has actually dramatically improved my life!”
Response: Sure, just ignore the fact that a lot of life is negative.
It’s not like reality is real.
Now, finally, a “bullshit meter” is something you can use whenever somebody uses “statistics” (also known as average bullshit, heh) or makes an argument without substantiation.
So, if you know anything about modern science, mathematics, history, economics, etc , this bullshit meter will be even more finely tuned when that subject is brought up by a person who doesn’t seem to be able to add 2 and 2, but claims it’s 17% of the stock value of Apple.
So, there you have it! My most exhaustive tutorial on sarcasm (not really) and my first post on Quora.

I wish I could teach you to be sarcastic, but the problem is that if I give an example right over here, the here would be under the collapsed section and although you would have got a lesson of it, I would have got only a shitload of abuses as thanks.
Anyway
I usually indulge in sarcasm when I am so done with it.
When I want to walk away, leaving out a heavily layered statement which takes a good time to be decrypted and by the time that happens I am at a safe distance.
It comes from the deepest dark chambers of my heart.
It’s raw.
It is cruel.
It frank.
And it is politically incorrect.
Sarcasm isn’t really appreciated.
It hurts more and has a long lasting effect.
If you want to be like that, be my guest.
As I have aged, I have started to desist from that.
In fact a real, real sincere and factual response, laced with a bit of disgust (only on the face, not in words) and topped with just a bit of anger not only closes the case, also doesn’t destroy the relationship.
Good luck!

You should have this qualities to be SARCASTIC:
0.
good vocabulary( rhyming words, double meaning words)
1.
Watch comedy shows
2.
quick thinking( more responsive more sarcastic)
3.
should know person's weak point which can make laugh.
4.
Relate with some jokes you have seen in movie
5.
follow memes in social media
Eg: Me: I will get 1k upvotes
Sarcastic reply: lol!!! Good joke
Hope this may help you!!!

Beginners Guide to Sarcasm

STEP 1: OBSERVATION
To learn the art of sarcasm, first you must observe.

It is not that hard to find sarcasm around you.
You can even find it inside your home.
Yes, I’m taking about the masters of sarcasm; our parents.
Don’t see it? well that might just be me then.
STEP 2: PRACTICE
After observation, comes practice.
Try it with your friends.
Throw unexpected one liners and try to respond sarcastically.
Just observe , and you’ll find situations to be sarcastic in.
STEP 3: TIMING
The thing you should keep in mind is when and Aishwarya Sawant’s tution of being sarcastic.
Whenever someone asks you a question , what you have to do is-
CONGRATULATIONS!!You are sarcastic now!
Image source- Google

Wondering where your pro tip #1 is? Even I don't know what it is.

Sarcasm is a pure outcome how intelligent you are, how good you are with the language and finally how refined you are in your thinking.
The first is what you have in your genes and the environment you have grown up.
So pretty much its what you have and I am sure you are intelligent.
Being good with language comes only from reading classics.
The more you read Dickens, Jane Austen, Shakespeare the better you become with language, if its English.
Similar with other languages like Hindi, Bengali etc.
So read good literature as much as possible.
The best benefit of reading is reading simulates your creative area making you better and better with usage of words, semantics and appropriate usage.
And finally, refinement of though comes from trying to learning, identifying and appreciating good art (music, fine arts, philosophy).
This will refine your responses in a situation and you will master the art of sarcasm.
Hope this helps.

If you want to be more sarcastic, care less
You have to have the attitude that you don’t care as much.
It’s really easy to be sarcastic when there’s something.
a concept, something an acquaintance mentioned, that you either don’t care about or think is stupid.
Once you get in that mindset:
April Ludgate was a really sarcastic character, and would poke fun at things that everyone would say with a sassy/don’t give a shit attitude.
Do that more and you’re good to go.

First of all, a good question !
To become good at sarcasm you must understand what a sarcasm is.
Things may be unpleasant to us, but we cannot say everything straight forward, as it may hurt and cause conflict between people.
So what we do is we give statements that do not directly point out anything rather relate or compare the shortcomings.
This does not hurts the person but gives a feeling of guilt, which is better than an open confrontation.
So to be good at sarcasm we should firstly understand how to be diplomatic in statements and understand what really was unpleasant.

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

How can I become more sarcastic?

Firstly, you need to decide what kind of sarcastic person do you want to become?
The two most sarcastic characters I know from recent memory are:
Chandler Bing and Dr.
House

Sarcasm is always funny to the audience while being rude to the one it’s directed at.
But almost all the sarcastic lines by Chandler was sarcastic funny to everyone (including those it was directed at), while those coming from Dr.
House were rude but smart.
Let’s look at a few of their most memorable moments:
I’ll start with Chandler…
Now, let’s see some of the lines by Dr.
House…
You see the difference yet?
But there is also something common among them – Being sarcastic requires you to be smart, quick-witted and attentive – all at the same time.
While one can learn from others, like by watching these amazing characters do it over and over again, some people are just natural at it.
You can never get better than them.

As a P.
H.
D student who graduated from Shanks’ School for Sarcastic Suckers, or the S.
S.
S.
S in short, I believe I am more than qualified to answer this question.
In this answer, I will provide you with all the knowledge and tools required to pass the Supreme Sarcasm Graduation Test.
So buckle up your seatbelts, boys and girls! You’re in for a ride.
Lesson 1: Make use of the victim’s personal traits.

Say your best guy friend/mate is an atrociously promiscuous player with no sense of commitment whatsoever.
Then, all of a sudden, he tells you he met ‘The One’.
Mate: Like I’m telling you mate, I think I'm in love with her! You know, whenever I’m around her, I feel I’m growing and maturing as a person!
You: Dude, a hard-on does not count as personal growth.

See what I mean? Recognize your target’s weakness and attack it viciously.
Lesson 2: Recognizing the double meanings within a single statement.

I believe this can be best explained with the following picture:
Check it out.
Even an AI was able to make good use of this skill.
You’d learn this without any difficulties.
Lesson 3: Apt use of exaggeration
This one is tricky.
I recently wrote an answer with regards to very attractive girls on social media who love to complain about how ‘ugly’ and low in self-esteem they are while posting pictures of themselves which would make any man drool.
The excerpt goes like this:
When some girl on Facebook or Instagram (Or Quora) goes — “I’ve always had low self-esteem since I was a kid.
I was bullied for my looks.
Kids in elementary school called me the Ugly Duckling.
My mom told me I’m not feminine enough, that I’m too bow-legged to show off my hips.
My Dad laughed when I lost my virginity saying ‘poor guy…’ My grandmother thinks my teats are saggier than her grandmother’s.
My boyfriend thinks the cellulite on my butt is rougher than waves on a Hawaiian beach.
My ex dumped me because I would sink Titanic by myself.

Help! I wish I am pretty and slim and popular.
Here are my photos:

Then I post a sexy photo of Megan Fox and Jessica Alba to demonstrate the humblebrag.
The tip here is to start the exaggeration slow.
Keep it within the boundaries of probability.
Then slowly lead your readers on as you escalate it to clear satire.
Always works.
So we wrapped up lesson 3 of the Supreme Sarcasm Learning Package.
If you want to assess whole package of 20 Lessons, please click on the link below and subscribe.
The package will provide you with everything you need to pass the graduation test with flying colours.
Click here.

P.
S: Sometimes the link may not work.
Just keep clicking anyway!

Why would you like to be negative in life? Are you aware that negative thinking will reinforce only negative thoughts in your mind and change your personality in the long run as a negative person? Why would you like to cultivate skills in sarcasm especially in interpersonal relationships? Only to hurt others as a reaction to your ego getting ruffled.
Right.
If you give this so much importance then you would have trained yourself to acquire a negative trait into your personality.
It's not worth spending so much energy and time to so towards negativity.
Sarcasm should be treated merely as a tool of communication for effectiveness, only at times and not as some sort after trait.
Sarcasm is dark humour.
The toungue-in-cheek statement to ridicule another thought.
Use it in communication judiciously but not as a type of style of conversation unique to you.
Hope you got my point.

Being sarcastic is easier than you think.
Listen carefully to the way other sarcastic people speak, and look for creative ways to be sarcastic in everyday situations.
Just remember, if you are sarcastic at the wrong time or with the wrong person, you may end up hurting someone’s feelings, so tread lightly and don’t overdo it.

Use sarcasm in reference to ideas or events:
For instance, after seeing a dull film, you might say, “Well that was fun.
” Place special emphasis on “that” to give your voice a sarcastic tone.

-After watching a video of a motorcyclist launch themselves and their motorcycle through a ring of fire, you might say, “That looks safe.

Use sarcasm to chide a mistake:
Similarly, if your friend is walking around looking down at their phone and bumps into a post without injuring themselves, you could make a sarcastic comment like, “Great job.

Use old-fashioned language:
If you’re really subtle about using sarcasm, your conversation partner might not pick up on it.
You can clarify that you’re being sarcastic by using unusual words and phrases like “gosh” and “golly” before making a sarcastic comment.

-For example, if you and your friend are running behind and they say, “We’re going to be late,” you might reply sarcastically, “Gosh, you don’t say?”
Anyway!
Thanks for reading

Okay, so it’s actually the hardest thing you’ll ever learn… actually, all you have to remember and practice is finding logical inconsistencies in speech/writing of others and quickly coming up with some way to “invert” it (kind of like a very short reductio ad absurdum only much more absurd).
The trick is to time it correctly and use the right “tone of voice,” which comes with practice and, guess what? TIME.
The best way to describe it? It isn’t just saying the opposite.
Here’s an example:
“You know what I hate? I hate it when girls think they can friend-zone me because I’m a nice guy.

Reply with: Yes, because, as we all know, nice guys hate things.
Especially things done by girls.
Do you see the way it is said? First, you have to ask this fundamental question: “Is there something logically wrong and/or absurd implicit in what they said?
Don’t spend too long thinking, though.
You may have to practice or think through a few examples at first, but it becomes much easier and more practical.
The last bit of advice I have to give you (which ties into the last example) is to develop a “bullshit meter” and never be “too happy.
” This isn’t to say that you should be an asshole, but know the difference between happy and delusional.
For instance:
“Well, I’ve been practicing positive thinking and it has actually dramatically improved my life!”
Response: Sure, just ignore the fact that a lot of life is negative.
It’s not like reality is real.
Now, finally, a “bullshit meter” is something you can use whenever somebody uses “statistics” (also known as average bullshit, heh) or makes an argument without substantiation.
So, if you know anything about modern science, mathematics, history, economics, etc , this bullshit meter will be even more finely tuned when that subject is brought up by a person who doesn’t seem to be able to add 2 and 2, but claims it’s 17% of the stock value of Apple.
So, there you have it! My most exhaustive tutorial on sarcasm (not really) and my first post on Quora.

Sarcasm is simple.
It’s a fleeting moment where one is the King or the Queen.
It’s nice to hold on to it for longer.
But do you really want to?
YES.
So, here’s how you do it.
It’s all about psychological warfare.
There is much more to Sarcasm than being funny.
Come to think of it, it’s not much about being funny.
It’s about WINNING.

There’s no doubt sarcasm is the weapon to use in front of the hordes of stupid people we come across every single day; but like every other weapon, there’s a price to pay for using it, which in this case is risking connections with important people in your life.
It’s no secret that sarcasm, like every other art form, require lots of practice and patience, but there are a few basic rules which can get you started until you actually get the hang of it.
Here they are –
Important note – When you’re just fibbing with someone, make it crystal clear.
Explaining that you’re just kidding around won’t do any harm when you’re trying to maintain a healthy relation with that person.
I did lose a few friendships at work due to this.
It’s better to be highly careful than to keep delivering apologies that won’t be accepted.
P.
S.
Thanks for the answer request.
Means a lot.
This is the first time someone actually asked to talk about this aspect of my life.

I have something to tell about this question.
.
our brain has two parts one is the rational, logical and thoughtful one.
The other is the lazy, illogical one .
If you are asking this question i am presuming that you are like me the logical one and sarcasm, wit, humor comes from the illogical spontaneous brain .
So, i would like to suggest you the technique which i used to become more funny.
There must be a constant voice in your brain which will be telling you to do the right things and speak the right words.
Leave that voice as it is, that voice is you and now there must be another voice which must be shouting bad words, cursing, trying to suggest you all the unwanted things, things that you fear from .
Name that voice something, in my case i named it cherry.
Now, talk to that voice like it was a friend of you, I preffered the name cherry because i wanted a female friend 😉 .
I will tell u a few puns cherry would give out when i would talk to her.
Me : hi cherry, i talked to an old friend.
Cherry : oh yes i could see you frowning and trying to gain sympathy
Me: now, can't i even share my pain and gain a bit sympathy from my own friends.
Cherry: right the only thing you know how to gain apart from weight gain…
Me:(laughing on my ownself)
This is like a low humor pun, but this is what i am trying to point out, you wit and sense of humor is within you.
I chose this way to let it out.
I never thought i could ever make a joke like that, but i did.
You can have your own ways.
I feel this is the best one it always relives pain and lets you gain confidence on yourself.
Cheers :)

I wish I could teach you to be sarcastic, but the problem is that if I give an example right over here, the here would be under the collapsed section and although you would have got a lesson of it, I would have got only a shitload of abuses as thanks.
Anyway
I usually indulge in sarcasm when I am so done with it.
When I want to walk away, leaving out a heavily layered statement which takes a good time to be decrypted and by the time that happens I am at a safe distance.
It comes from the deepest dark chambers of my heart.
It’s raw.
It is cruel.
It frank.
And it is politically incorrect.
Sarcasm isn’t really appreciated.
It hurts more and has a long lasting effect.
If you want to be like that, be my guest.
As I have aged, I have started to desist from that.
In fact a real, real sincere and factual response, laced with a bit of disgust (only on the face, not in words) and topped with just a bit of anger not only closes the case, also doesn’t destroy the relationship.
Good luck!

Beginners Guide to Sarcasm

STEP 1: OBSERVATION
To learn the art of sarcasm, first you must observe.

It is not that hard to find sarcasm around you.
You can even find it inside your home.
Yes, I’m taking about the masters of sarcasm; our parents.
Don’t see it? well that might just be me then.
STEP 2: PRACTICE
After observation, comes practice.
Try it with your friends.
Throw unexpected one liners and try to respond sarcastically.
Just observe , and you’ll find situations to be sarcastic in.
STEP 3: TIMING
The thing you should keep in mind is when and Aishwarya Sawant’s tution of being sarcastic.
Whenever someone asks you a question , what you have to do is-
CONGRATULATIONS!!You are sarcastic now!
Image source- Google

If you want to be more sarcastic, care less
You have to have the attitude that you don’t care as much.
It’s really easy to be sarcastic when there’s something.
a concept, something an acquaintance mentioned, that you either don’t care about or think is stupid.
Once you get in that mindset:
April Ludgate was a really sarcastic character, and would poke fun at things that everyone would say with a sassy/don’t give a shit attitude.
Do that more and you’re good to go.

Updated: 21.06.2019 — 2:14 pm

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