Top 20 Sarcasm Quotes that Prove the Benefits of Mental Sharpness and Spontaneous Creativity

“Sarcasm: the last refuge of modest and chaste-souled people when the privacy of their soul is coarsely and intrusively invaded.” – Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Comedy comes with a bit of sarcasm, wit and edginess.” – Kiku Sharda

“I’m so sick of sarcasm and irony, I could kill! Sincerely, the real root of things is love and sacrifice.” – Ben Foster

“I think that true love, fairy tales, the positive messages of positive stories – I don’t think those ever die. Sometimes we like to hide them in sarcasm or irony, but they are still there, and they still move us.” – Jon M. Chu

“Some sarcasm is best told simply.” – Kevin Hart

“Wow, sarcasm. That’s original.” – Dr. Horrible (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog)

“Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit, but the highest form of intelligence.” ― Oscar Wilde

“The key to humor is often self-loathing or sarcasm. In a sense, that’s how self-loathing is made palatable.” – James Gray

“Sarcasm is a Manchester trait.” – Peter Hook

“Sarcasm doesn’t translate in print at all.” – Megan Fox

“I don’t like irony and sarcasm very much. But I do like it when you think someone is telling you a joke, and then you discover it’s serious.” – Jens Lekman

“I’ll speak for myself, but there’s a lot of humor to be found in sarcasm and darkness. You talk to any paramedic, they survive by developing a pretty off-kilter sense of humor.” – Nicolas Cage

“Regardless of what amount of satire or sarcasm is heard in what I do, the reason it connects with people is because the fun and the wildness in it is sincere.” – Ricky Reed

“Sarcasm is like cheap wine – it leaves a terrible aftertaste.” – Dana Perino

“Sarcasm helps me overcome the harshness of the reality we live, eases the pain of scars and makes people smile.” – Mahmoud Darwish

“I feel like sarcasm is important in a relationship.” – Matt Lanter

“I would love to make a sarcastic film; I am so sarcastic that even my kids are now getting used to my sarcasm. You see it a lot in British comedy because that’s their sense of humour.” – Farah Khan

“I love sarcasm. It’s like punching people in the face but with words.”

“Sarcasm is the body’s natural defense against stupidity.”

“Sarcasm is the secret language that everyone uses when they want to say something mean to your face.”

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