the rhetorical device of using a characterization of something
or someone in order to express contempt.
 It is closely connected with irony, in that
the two are often combined in the same statement.
It comes from the ancient Greek σαρκάζω (sarkazo)
meaning 'to tear flesh'
but the ancient Greek word for the rhetorical concept
of taunting was instead χλευασμός (chleyasmόs).
Has no place in Christians communicating vocabulary.
Alas, I'm quite skilled at it.
Voted most "whatever it was" 8th grade and 12th grade...
because of my MOUTH!
I use to glory in those end of the year awards...
but thinking now...
getting an award for skillfully using my mouth...
isn't an award.
It's in indictment.
On my mouth...and in reality, my thoughts.
You brood of vipers, how can you who are evil say anything good?
For out of the overflow of the heart
the mouth speaks!
Let's conduct a little experiment...
Lord...let my heart focus on you...
Let my mind focus on you...
Let me be mindful of what I'm thinking...
and let's see what comes out of my mouth!
Now I'm committing to today...so let's see what happens.
I'll report back tonight!