Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Sarcasm is sometimes strangely satisfying. Provided you're not the subject, that is. Wonder why? It obviously can be humorous if handled well. And it seems to be an entertaining way to more or less dismiss experiences that, in reality, call for some profound thinking and action. Having said that, sarcasm itself, paradoxically, leads to enormously witty solutions that may eventually be distilled into something worth being applied. And hey, this post is not here just for the alliterative opening sentence. If I must add something to it, I would say this - No wonder, Dilbert is so hugely popular. But, of course, Dilbert goes way beyond sarcasm...into super sarcasm.