The Official Dictionary of Sarcasm

Sarcasm Dictionary is a crowdsourced online dictionary, written by YOU. Define a word, describe a concept, talk about a personality, or a current event, and submit.

Dork

n.( dôrk): someone who is slow-witted and socially-inept, completely fails to get really cool stuff. If the dork is aware that they are a dork, then it’s funny. If not, then it’s painful to watch. Often confused with Nerd and Geek but they are not the same. Dorks are at the bottom of the  GND hierarchy.

Nerd

n.( nərd): (1) someone who’s IQ exceed his/her weight. Single-minded, obsessive, and socially inept but understands and collect really cool stuff; Often confused with Geek and Dork but they are different. Nerds are at the middle of the (Geek/Nerd/Dork) GND hierarchy.

Geek

n.( ɡēk): (1) someone who understands, creates and fixes really cool stuff; (2) the person you teased in school that ends up signing your paychecks. Often confused with Nerds but they are better than them. In fact, Geeks at the top of the (Geek/Nerd/Dork) GND hierarchy. See Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page.

Superbowl

(n.) NFL championship game, where we see 30 second clips of men running in between over-hyped commercials

Animal Rights

A modern concept, which applies only to animals with the following characteristics: rare, pretty, big, cute, furry, huggable, or lovable. Animals with Rights: Cats, Dogs, Dolphins, Whales, Cute bunnies, Panda Animals without Rights: Cockroaches, flies, sharks, tuna in tuna nets, scorpions, ants

Mortgage

Modern Day serf certificate. In old French, it meant “Death Pledge.”

Islam

n. (1) Barbaric cult disguised as a religion; (2) Totalitarian ideology. Synonyms: Intolerance, Violence, Terrorism

George W. Bush

(n.) Republican Carter who all of a sudden looked pretty good after Trump

Dog

n. (1) four-legged, domesticated mammal with full animal rights. Smarter than cats, less smarter than monkeys, elephants, and whales; (2) Best friend for the lonely people, and families with kids and SUV; (3) Number#1 pet in the U.S.

Common Sense

n. (kämən ˈsens) (1) A rare form of judgement in practical manners, only 1 in 50,000 are born with it; (2) Captain Obvious; (3) like a deodorant, the people who need it most, never use it.

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Sarcasm

(n. ) the ability to insult idiots without them realizing it.

immature

(adj.) a word used by boring people to describe fun people

Reality

(n.) The annoying time between sleep and social media

pinterest

n. (pin.ter.est): a virtual chaotic pinboard to waste a lot of time