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Posted Oct 04 2012 11:22pm
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sar·casm

/ˈsɑr kæz əm/ Show Spelled [sahr-kaz-uh m] Show IPA
noun
1.
harsh or bitter derision or irony.
2.
a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.
 
Yes, Sarcasm.  Not a word you would typically think of when you think of someone with Down syndrome.
 
Myths abound.  They are so sweet.  They are so innocent. They woud never use wit, irony or sarcasm in a conversation.
 
Busted - another Myth that is.
 
Emma Sage has the most unique and loving relationships with her siblings.  In her relationship with Katrina it is a 'Love - Hate' full of wit and sarcasm and absolutely hysterical.
 
Last night Katrina slept home [she is not home more than she is home these days, but not officially moved out].  As we were all getting ready for work/school I say to Katrina. 
 
"I don't know how you do it, but you were only home for a few hours and your room looks like a tornado hit it"
 
to which she replys  "I'll clean it"
 
and Emma Sage walks by not missing a beat and says "Or you could move out"
 
Badda-bing.
 
She is quick on the uptake and always ready to taunt and tease her sister.
 
They love each other, they really do!
 
 
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