In one of his comments, a reputable member of the ELL community, a native English speaker, finished his thought with a phrase "me dodges brickbat".
This reminded me of the phrase "me thinks", which is marked as archaic usage of "I think" in dictionaries but is still in use (I came across it several times here on the site).
That particular comment put aside, my question is as follows:
Would it be correct to suppose that the use of such a grammatically incorrect (on the face of it) expression by a well-educated native English speaker should add either humorous or sarcastic/derogatory notes to his remark/statement?
For what possible purposes may it be used ?
How may this be received by a native English speaker if it comes from a not very fluent in English foreigner?