Thursday, February 16, 2012


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  1. like rain on your wedding day

  2. Not even a tiny bit funny.

  3. it’s not supposed to be funny. It’s fucking tragic. I hope to christ that that is the blood of whoever decided to market those pieces of shit.

  4. like 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife

  5. it’s like meeting the man of your dreams, and them meeting his beautiful wife.

  6. and who would have thought it figgered

  7. Huh! They’re selling two of the same foot(I hope at least one of you fuckers gets that). That isn’t right.

  8. Yes, it is ironic.

  9. fuck yes, to Alanis. okay, a bit of brilliance does shine through a few of you.

  10. Alanis Morissette wrote a song entitled “Ironic” in which the lyrics describe not a single case of irony — which in itself is ironic! She obviously is quite a bit more brilliant than most people give her credit for.

  11. or she’s a Canadian idiot, eh?

  12. drchalkwitheringlicktacklefeff

    It’s like a traffic jam when you’re already late…and you’re a town a planner…on your way to a town planners’ convention to give a talk about how to deal with congestion.

  13. Gotta love how everyone pretends they know what irony is when this comes up. Here’s an English lesson for you all: there are many types of irony. Situational irony is one of the forms. Alanis’ song doesn’t have any verbal irony, but has a few incidents of situational irony (guy waiting whole life to fly only to die in a plane crash). Now you know that you’re wrong. Let’s move on.

  14. That’s not ironic, jonxzz. If he were afraid of flying and died in a plane crash, but he WASN’T on the plane (think 86th floor of Tower 1), then you can say it was possibly ironic. The only thing ironic about Alanis’ song was when the guy on the plane said “isn’t this great”, which is verbal irony, or sarcasm.

    Now you know you’re wrong. Let’s move on.

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