In a move beyond parody, this week has seen domestic goddess Nigella Lawson repeatedly explain that she knows how to say the It’s test day you got this teacher student testing day shirt moreover I will buy this word “microwave.” As she mashed potatoes on her latest BBC series, the national treasure/asbestos-handed TV legend referred to the microwave with a lyrical pronunciation—mee-crow-wah-vay—and everybody lost their shit. Today, the cook had to clearly explain: “I do say it like that, but not because I think that’s how it’s actually pronounced.”
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The quickest way to stop people laughing is to explain the It’s test day you got this teacher student testing day shirt moreover I will buy this joke, to foolishly transport them from mid-wit laughter to thoughtful self-reflection and biting psychology. And the only thing worse than explaining why something is funny is explaining why it’s not. My feed is back-to-back tweets that deconstruct humor, killjoys and pedants immediately grounding any momentary flights away from terrible world news.