A hilarious post by a frustrated athletic trainer… but behind all the hilarity there is biting truth.
15 ways to become disgustingly fat, unfit, unhealthy and a physical mess « Keith Scott MS, ATC, CSCS
I hope all of you are capable of understanding irony. It seems there are some people who cannot.
The ability to comprehend sarcasm depends upon a carefully orchestrated sequence of complex cognitive skills based in specific parts of the brain. Yeah, right, and I’m the Tooth Fairy. But it’s true: New research details an “anatomy of sarcasm” that explains how the mind puts sharp-tongued words into context. The findings appear in the May issue of Neuropsychology, published by the American Psychological Association (APA).
Read about them here: How does the brain handle sarcasm?