Dewey trainee facing deportation over visa issues

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  • anonymous @ 4:49

    Have you never heard of sarcasm? It is a somewhat entertaining form of wit, formerly prevalent in the British Isles

    [sarcasm; noun - the use of remarks which clearly mean the opposite of what they say, in order to criticize in a humorous way; the use of irony to mock or convey contempt]

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  • No, I don't think it can be sarcasm - someone who makes spelling mistakes like that wouldn't be intelligent enough to use any form of wit, even if it is the lowest form...

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