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how can you interpret this quote: "the things we're drawn to satirize are, in many cases, the things we're most wary about in ourselves"

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    We tend to satirize those aspects of others that we can criticize in ourselves.

    A strong political partisan might satirize political partisanship.

    A smoker might satirize smokers.

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    Thank you, but what is your understanding toward the quote?

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    That is my understanding of the quote.

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