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Monday, February 2, 2009

Sarcasm

We all know there are many forms of art. You may not always appreciate what other people put in that category, but there is someone who does...even if only the artist.

In my opinion, one of the finest forms of art is humor. You may not enjoy nodding along to a literary classic, or tilting your head to gaze upon a masterpiece, or scratching your chin in quiet contemplation as you listen to "Georges Bizet's Suite No. 1", but everyone loves a good laugh. If you've ever cracked up at a Yo' Mama joke, consider yourself a connoisseur.

And in its purest and most natural state, humor comes in the form of sarcasm. Self-deprecating sarcasm is even better.

Our good friend, David, is storing quite a few filing cabinets in his garage, and half the contents of those cabinets just happen to belong to my husband. Last night, he sent us this e-mail.

What's the most fun about having a billion file cabinets in the garage? Oh, probably just the surprise and adventure of what awaits me when I get out to my car in the morning, all grouchy and not wanting to go to work...and I see this! And I just laugh and laugh, just starts me off on the right foot and I know it's gonna be a super day.

For the record, there's about an inch of ice under that snow. So, because my husband is kind and supportive, he wrote back...


I'm on the floor laughing, seriously.

And then David replied...

Yeah... it's good stuff. Wednesday morning it was even more fun when my car wouldn't go forward or reverse but would go sideways right into my neighbors yard. And then got stuck there. And then when I tried to get out and revved the tires really hard I dug a 12 inch deep 3 foot long mud hole in said neighbors yard and got stuck even more. I was just laughing and laughing; mud and snow and cold and ice and my suit and tie and briefcase all mixed together in one happy bunch of goodness in my neighbor's yard with salt and cat litter trying to get that goofy car out of there. Wow. Good times. Finally got it out of her yard this morning.

And that right there? Boys and girls, that is a master of his art form.

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Comments:
Pure hilarity, AND what a great friend!
 
That is great! I love sarcasm. Seriously.
 
I don't think you are going to get a Christmas card this year. Hehehehe.
 
I will try to follow his example the next time I am in a similar situation. Tomorrow no doubt.
 
I had great sarcasm quote - but now I've forgotten the ending.
 
That is some good stuff right there.
 
Hahaha! That is hysterical! What a good sport!
 
Oh my gosh, that David guy sounds like the coolest, most awesome, funniest dude on the planet. I don't think I'm overstating it one bit when I say he might be the wittiest, most hilarious and sarcastic writer I have ever seen. Pure genius.
 
Never has a, or a collective of, filing cabinets brought such a cheer.

Quality stuff.
 
Laughing in times of distress or frustration is definitely an art!
 
David...a master...

LOL! I LMBO over this post...(well not really off because I turned around and sadly it's still there...frown...) Still ridiculously funny!
 
He'll always have his humor ;)
 
Yikes, I would have been a screaming puddle in the middle of the driveway!! I'll bet it was a double scotch night for him!!
 
Love it! Some people choose to look on the bright side of life, I much prefer the sarcastic side of life. It's a sanity saver.
 
Yes, this is Bossy's life philosophy. Oh wait, she's confusing Humor with Cursing again.
 
Humor is the straitjacket to rage.
 
Wait, what is this sarcasm you speak of? Heh.
And I would pay money to see someone digging his Jag out with kitty litter, THAT is irony and I totally get irony.
 
Quote

"Oh my gosh, that David guy sounds like the coolest, most awesome, funniest dude on the planet. I don't think I'm overstating it one bit when I say he might be the wittiest, most hilarious and sarcastic writer I have ever seen. Pure genius." I didn't think I could laugh harder, and then I read your comment. What a sport. LOL
 
He sure is a MASTER of Sarcasm!
 
This part made me loose it

"Wednesday morning it was even more fun when my car wouldn't go forward or reverse but would go sideways right into my neighbors yard"

I am crying laughing at that!
 
This was awesome. Sarcasm is a way of life in my house.
 
Yes, we must laugh at ourselves! Makes the journey so much more fun.
 
David sounds like my kind of guy.
 
Beautiful. The ability to make sarcasm actually funny -- he's a master.
 
It's the cold weather and snow. I believe it's a scientifically proven fact that those people who live in the northern hemisphere and must induldge in such items as a block heater, ice scrapers, blue salt and super-dooper, extra grip snow tires (yes, that's the technical term), are more prone to sarcasm and a sense of humour. Scientific. I swear.
 
He's awesome.
 
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