Satire is The literary art of ridiculing a folly or vice in order to expose or correct it. The object of satire is usually some human frailty; people, institutions, ideas, and things are all fair game for satirists. Satire evokes attitudes of amusement, contempt, scorn, or indignation toward its faulty subject in the hope of somehow improving it.
In the article "The Impotence Of Proofreading" by Taylor Mali, he is satirizing people who spell check their work. He uses words that sound like the ones he should use and he misspells them."You work very horde on a paper for English clash And then get a very glow raid (like a D or even a D=)and all because you are the wordıs liverwurst spoiler." It makes him angry that people spell check and it makes it seem as if people know what they are doing. "But there are several missed aches that a spell chukker canıt canıt catch catch. For instant, if you accidentally leave a word your spell exchequer wonıt put it in you."
"Advice to Youth"by Mark Twain 1882 is a speech for the youth he uses satire to give advice to the young. "Be respectful to your superiors, if you have any, also to strangers, and sometimes to others. If a person offend you, and you are in doubt as to whether it was intentional or not, do not resort to extreme measures; simply watch your chance and hit him with a brick. That will be sufficient." Its funny how he says to respect an elder but he tells teens that the youth knows better don't argue hit them with a brick. He uses funny ways to describe to kids how to act and what to do by saying ridiculous things.
"Reading Satirical Articles Can Get You Tortured, Sent to Gitmo" "By Cernig" the story actually convinced the CIA that he was a terrorist from Pakistan funny thing is that the directions on how to build the bomb was published a US satirical magazine. It claims that a nuclear weapon can be made using a bicycle pump and with liquid uranium poured into a bucket and swung around.Even though it was clearly seen that it was a joke the CIA still thought the was planning an attack.