Sarcasius, fashion for the sarcastic
Sarcasius is an online store providing simple fashion products to people who admire sarcasm, mediocrity, and laziness. We represent people who have a taste for sarcastic comedy.
who is Sarcasius?
Sarcasius Acerbus was the god of sarcasm in archaic Greece. Ancient Greek held great respect for him, as he would bring metaphor, humor, and peace-with-self to their everyday lives. Ancient Greeks were the people of discussions, debate, and verbal confrontation. So the idea of using sarcasm in their debates would add another perspective to the content of their debates, like no other verbal technique. Sarcasius may be one of the reasons for the skillfulness of the ancient Greeks in holding debates.
Sarcasius was not a great warrior, nor was he an underdog. He was just getting by. Unlike Ares, Zeus, and Dionysus, the name of Sarcasius did not make it very successfully to our times, as there are more found documents, imagery, and artifacts about other popular gods of war, thunder, and wine, than about Sarcasius whose story was more orally preserved.
we have tried to remain faithful to the ideas of sarcasius by inserting his quotes which have been preserved and discovered by historians, in some of our merchants, hoping to play a little part in cultivating his absurd but important discipline*.
There are three main characteristics with regards to sarcasius:
sarcasm: helps soften the language. delivers the argument in a more sharp and clever way. injects humor and irony into an otherwise arid conversation. and it helps build up tolerance against criticism, thus creates a stronger personality.
mediocrity: to be at peace with one’s mediocrity. to enjoy what you are and what you have, and to rethink personal inceptions about concepts like success and victory.
laziness: to admire the value of recognition of unproductive moments in life. to celebrates human playfulness and curiosity, and to cherish contemplation and mindfulness.
* of course none of this is true. we were just being sarcastic!