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  • Sarcastic people are more successful
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    Pedro Ribeiro Simoes (2010) ©
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Sarcastic people are more successful

Sarcasm is often derided as the lowest form of wit, but according to new study, it could be the highest form of intelligence. With findings suggesting that sarcasm can help people become brighter and more creative, those who love a biting quip might actually experience greater success in life.

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