I slept well last night.
After 24 hours on buses, planes and taxis, and spending countless hours waiting around in airports, I got home and, despite the 7-hour timezone difference, managed to stay awake long enough to go to bed at the reasonably legal hour of 21:45
The next thing I knew it was morning, my trip to the Pearl River Delta already fading into the hazy distance.
It was a good trip. Fortunately my dry sarcastic wit was understood and appreciated by the people of Hong Kong. This was especially important to me as I hadn’t got anything else prepared.
In fact I don’t know how to operate in a world devoid of sarcasm, I simply don’t have the tools to survive in such a hostile environment.
I wonder if sarcasm is as human as laughter and other sorts of humour. Is it hard-wired into human DNA?