North Korea Has Banned Sarcasm Because Kim Jong-Un-Stable Knows Everyone Is Only Loyal to Him Ironically

That feel when you stared into the void and the void got sicker.

According to The Independent, Kim Jong-Un has banned people from sarcastically criticizing him or his manbaby-fisted hell regime in their everyday conversations. Even indirect criticism of his petty and terrifying human degradation zone probably gets you fed to the mutated angry sea bass or, like, whatever.

In a series of mass meetings held across the country, North Korean citizens have been warned that all games of sarcastiball come with a deadly penalty.

Officials told people that sarcastic expressions such as “This is all America’s fault” would constitute unacceptable criticism of the regime.

“This habit of the central authorities of blaming the wrong country when a problem’s cause obviously lies elsewhere has led citizens to mock the party,” an anonymous source said.

Incredible. I’ll bet you anything this is the last straw. You can take away a lot from people, but sarcasm? That s**t is sacred.

It looks like I’m not wrong either. Graffiti mocking the government keeps popping up in North Korea, and people keep referring to the isolation-happy Kim Jong-Un-fit-to-rule as “A fool who cannot see outside his world.”

When will the great and powerful forces of sarcasm take back North Korea from this doughy trigger happy piss-child?

I hope it’s just like that one Coldplay song.

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