Snarchasm

snarchasm \SNAR-kazim\ , noun:

1. The void into which meaning falls when sarcasm and snark are translated from one language or cultural context to another; as, “The intent of that post fell into the snarchasm and shattered into tiny fragments of commenter rage.”

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