Every time you write someone a nice card, be it for their birthday or wedding or whatever, you have to include the phrase “I’m not being sarcastic when I say this” at least once.
The thing is, sarcastic women have souls. Like candy with a tough exterior but an unexpected yet delicious surprise center. How sweet.
Whoa! Look at how big you are! Are you having twins?
I’m sorry to say this, but although people have been lead to believe that every person, in some way or form, enjoys the act of showing affection, that idea is incorrect.
During and after several long hospital stays for what should have been a simple knee replacement but turned into something much more exhausting, writer Robert Ungar reflects on his deep intrigue with the way hospitals are managed. In Hospital Impressions, Ungar delves into the roles of nurses and doctors, the day to day madness visited upon the patients, and his own personal history with the medical world.
I started writing this article, and you’ll never believe what happened next. What happened next was so shocking, I don’t think it’s possible to explain exactly what happened, not without totally blowing your mind and completely changing your outlook on life.
You should give the sarcastic girl a break because in between all of the eye rolls and standup-worthy one-liners, she really loves you; she’s just trying to figure out how.
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As a sarcastic woman, there some struggles that come with the territory. Daily struggles that I can’t escape, and if you’re a sarcastic person, as well, you know exactly the pains of which I speak.
1. Remembering information about them.