Originally Posted by tarheel91
Ironic != sarcsastic. As I said, it was ironic that the person complaining about grammar used improper grammar. You pointed out that irony. You did not mock him. Sarcasm can involve irony, but it does not always. Likewise, irony is not always sarcastic.
“Irony must not be confused with sarcasm, which is direct: sarcasm means precisely what it says, but in a sharp, caustic, ... manner." - Eric Partridge (Lexographer)
I'll ignore the personal attacks, an example of an ad hominem logical fallacy.
I was mocking him. Just like I mocked you.
Um, I think I know what my own intent was when I made the original post.
What's the point, Sparky? Or is it "Eric Partridge the world famous lexographer?"
That was sacrasm, btw. LOL.
Anywhoo, it's getting boring now. It was fun at first, but now you've become strangely nerdy. Like those kids we'd beat up after school.
Me like RagingClue better:
Originally Posted by ragingclue
Oh great so now we're talking about math too?
Now dat be funny.
"I do derision every time I do my ciphering" --Jethro Bodine, 1978.