Dana is very, very, very nice.
A real housewife of Beverly Hills
It seems that almost exclusively, the reiteration of a such a clarifier - very in this case - ends up actually meaning the exact opposite.
Is there ever a reason to make the third, or even second repetition - if the purpose is not to throw doubt upon the meaning of the speaker's statement?
I'm sure you all think this question is really, really, really great.
I guess this is really dependent on tone, but are there any grammatical rules that apply to the madness of sarcasm?