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AbstractThe relationship between irony and sarcasm has been much discussed and yet there is still little agreement on how the two relate at a theoretical level, as Attardo (2000: 795) notes "there is no consensus on whether irony and sarcasm are essentially the same thing [...] or if they differ significantly". The aim of this paper is to take a user-perspective and report on how participants in everyday conversations in the UK and Italy talk about irony and sarcasm and what kinds of authenticdoi:10.1515/pr-2015-0037 fatcat:hj4wuhwl6jexth5cle7h4hrppi