Sarcasm is a tool for the scared sh**less.
Open wide but don’t insert your foot within. Easier said than done.
Really funny, Darrin.
“My opponent is amazingly good for someone with such a deep dark secret hidden in his closet and which I shall not name.”
Social media in a nutshell.
That’s not how you win an election. Give him an insulting nickname, like Boring Brian. Come up some some completely fake negative “facts” about him, then repeat them ad nauseam. At the same time, endlessly tell everyone how great you are, like how more people came to your last birthday party than ever attended anyone’s birthday ever in human history. Lie about your grades, about how well you play video games, about… well, everything. Also, be sure to frequently compliment the school bullies while insulting all the other class presidents. That’s the way to Make School Great Again.
Anyone see the (now 20-year-old) movie Election with Reese Witherspoon as a conniving candidate for class president and Matthew Broderick as a teacher with a grudge against her? Not your standard John Hughes fare.
Thus illustrating the importance of the sarcasm tag (/sarcasm or /s) in written communication.
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir