Sarchotic

I do strive to educate the masses in whatever small ways that I can, and I freely admit to a love of language and idiom. Hence, here’s a new and, I believe, quite useful addition to people’s vocabulary.

Sarchotic
Function: adjective
Date: 2012

Definition(s):

  1. Being so sarcastic that people don’t aren’t sure whether you’re joking or just plain crazy

Indeed, given the nature of times, this particular idiom is growing in usefulness at the same pace as digital “communication.”

Oh yeah! Sarchotic is a word i can very much relate to.

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2 Responses to “Sarchotic”

  1. Tony Chianese Says:

    Gee, I never heard of the word and I checked all over the place and lo and behold, No results. would you care to provide the dictionary you found this arcanum?

  2. jonolan Says:

    And you won’t find it. It’s a fairly new “snigglet” or basis for a meme. I never saw reference to it before 2012 and it’s only found in a few pop-cultural references as opposed to authorized dictionaries.

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