Don`t Let Those Mylar Balloons Fly Away, Kids [Pic

Submitted by: hole_rocks89 5 years ago in Misc

Would this be considered ironic?
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Male 321
I love it.
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Male 197
Super weak.
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Male 5,194
>>Would this be considered ironic?

Yes. Much as I like George Carlin, he never REALLY looked up the definition of
"irony".

As you can see, it`s a bit more than "The opposite of what you would expect."
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Male 3,310
You would not expect an expression of wellness to cause injury. That`s where the irony is. The opposite of what you would expect. That`s really hard to decipher. LOL

Not what you would expect from a get well message. Not the result you would expect.
Irony police, move along, nothing to see here.
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Male 3,477
Hole sux
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Male 17
@mr_c_bowler

Dying of thirst in the ocean is ironic?!
You can`t live off of salt water begin with.
Irony gone.
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Male 559
Irony? Yes, actually. The very act of purchasing of something in an attempt to heal was the cause of a death.
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Male 299
That is not considered ironic. An example of irony would be if you died of thirst in the ocean
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Male 6,737
Has someone tied it to a bird or did the bird snag itself, i think the former...
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Female 353
Link: Don`t Let Those Mylar Balloons Fly Away, Kids [Pic [Rate Link] - Would this be considered ironic?
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