What is the word for it when someone keeps complimenting how you do such an "awesome job", but it seems to be said in a belittling way?

8 answers · 1 week ago
like a almost kind of mocking way. Like you do a "good or very good job", but they keep complimenting you like you are just "Awesome" and keep telling you , but it seems insincere and nearly like they are mocking you? or belittling you?

Answers

Patronizing, which means, "Apparently kind or helpful, but betraying a feeling of superiority."
Anonymous · 1 week ago
Sarcasm
Anonymous · 6 days ago
Patronizing or Condescending
Anonymous · 5 days ago
condescension
Anonymous · 1 week ago
fake...jealousy,insecure,manipulation..d... or complement?Psychological and Emotional Manipulation... mental distortion and emotional exploitation, with the intention to seize power, control, benefits and/or privileges at the victim's expense. Lying. .. Two faced. Exaggeration. Understatement. One-sided bias of issue.Some people use this technique for no other reason than to feel a sense of intellectual superiority.
Anonymous · 1 week ago
its called being an as5h0le. ignore them
Anonymous · 1 week ago
Sarcastic.
Anonymous · 1 week ago
"awesome job"
Anonymous · 1 week ago