Scientists classify sarcasm as evolutionary survival skill

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  1. reflexblue

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    Don't you have something better to read. :rolleyes:

    Humans are fundamentally social animals. Our social nature means that we interact with each other in positive, friendly ways, and it also means we know how to manipulate others in a very negative way.

    Neurophysiologist Katherine Rankin at the University of California, San Francisco, has also recently discovered that sarcasm, which is both positively funny and negatively nasty, plays an important part in human social interaction.

    So what?.......con.

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