Tuesday, February 19, 2008

The Psychology of Sarcasm

They're smart, they're funny, and they know it. But is cracking jokes that put other people down truly wise? Sarcasm is their means of indirectly expressing aggression toward others and insecurity about themselves. Wrapping their thoughts in a joke shields them from the vulnerability that comes with directly putting one's opinions out there.

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