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irony Is going to buy insuline and Getting hit by An inuslin Carrying truck.
Osprey39 said, "The picture itself is not supposed to be ironic, it is merely mocking Alanis`s understanding of the word." Thanks for clearing that up. Too bad people don`t like to listen.
It`s like rain on your wedding day?It`s a free ride when your already paid?It`s good advice that you just didn`t take?
The only acceptable irony was "Mr. Play It Safe was afraid to flyHe packed his suitcase and kissed his kids good-byeHe waited his whole damn life to take that flightAnd as the plane crashed down he thought`Well isn`t this nice...` "
irony is being overused these days. Like literally.
"A thousand spoooooons, and all you need is a kniiiiiife!"
I don`t think she really got the point of what irony was.
Lets see how long it takes someone to get what that`s from.
Too lame for words...
I think a lot of the confusion stemmed from the fact that, for the first few hours of the posting, all you got was an error message.
The way the error message read, you weren`t sure if that was supposed to be the ironic bit or not.
A lifeguard drowning in his bathtub. Thats irony.
Does this help?
(Yes that is from her song. "You got 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife...")
why doesn`t her just snap the carrot... i do that.
2) I`d like to say that the comic was subtly clever and it takes a certain amount of intelligence to get it, but it`s just a song reference.
3) Making posts with things like *sleeps* is utterly useless- we know you`re not sleeping, you`re typing, so just give it up.
4) kylethehappy: Your first post was utterly random and I love you for it.
And this is retarded, in case you didn`t take the hint.
"I say one thing, no wait, another thing, haha I pwnd ex dee ex dee"
Is this what everyone else is seeing?
2. An expression or utterance marked by a deliberate contrast between apparent and intended meaning.
3. A literary style employing such contrasts for humorous or rhetorical effect.
4. Incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs.
5. An occurrence, result, or circumstance notable for such incongruity.