I was speaking with a friend yesterday about getting in trouble for being misunderstood over things I have written.
The problem with writing something is that it removes all hint of sarcasm.
Things that can be conveyed by the tone and pitch of your voice or the twinkle in your eye are lost in an email or a tweet.
He said that he had heard of a someone who had come up with the idea of designing a font that could intonate sarcasm.
The font is called Sarcastica.
That's a brilliant idea.
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