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Ironic Questions: Irony

Is It Ironic That...?

1 one of the pirate party got called a (pirate)

2 Is it ironic that...:

3 Everyone think i am a clever boy. on the other hand i am a foolish son for my mother....

4 My friend do not know about irony but he say that it is a irony.

5 Today is my birthday but no one wish me.

6 Was it ironic that neither Corey Feldman nor Corey Haim had a driver's license during the filming of "License to Drive" (1988)?...

7 Is it ironic that a doctor gave me my STI ?

8 when you learn to love her back. thats also the time that she'll learn how to let you go. vice versa....

9 That a supplier turned up late to a meeting to discuss his firm's late project delivery....

10 That you go to a camp that has the word lake in it's name but there is no lake actually there....

11 That you go to a camp that has the word lake in it's name but there is no lake actually there....

12 despite living on an island for 20 years, I wouldn't want to be a Siren because I don't like water? (the mythical creature)...

13 Is it ironic that I wrote an obituary for the obituary editor?

14 I went into the desert and somehow found a waterfall

15 ZZ Top's Frank Beard doesn't have a beard?

16 Billy Weaver had travelled down from London on the slow afternoon train, with a change at Swindon on the way, and by the time he got to Bath it was about nine o'clock in the evening and the moon was coming up out of a clear starry sky over the houses opposite the station entrance. But the air was deadly cold and the wind was like a flat blade of ice on his cheeks. "Excuse me," he said, "but is there a fairly cheap hotel not too far away from here?" "Try The Bell and Dragon," the porter answered, pointing down the road. "They might take you in. It's about a quarter of a mile along on the other side." Billy thanked him and picked up his suitcase and set out to walk the quarter-mile to The Bell and Dragon. He had never been to Bath before. He didn't know anyone who lived there. But Mr Greenslade at the Head Office in London had told him it was a splendid city. "Find your own lodgings," he had said, "and then go along and report to the Branch Manager as soon as you've got yourself settled." Billy was seventeen years old. He was wearing a new navy-blue overcoat, a new brown trilby hat, and a new brown suit, and he was feeling fine. He walked briskly down the street. He was trying to do everything briskly these days. Briskness, he had decided, was the one common characteristic of all successful businessmen. The big shots up at Head Office were absolutely fantastically brisk all the time. They were amazing....

17 I tripped and broke my chin in the hospital when I was visiting someone in the ICU...

18 there are NO Piggly Wiggly stores in Memphis, Tennessee?

19 There Was no sign of piano, organ, hymnbooks, church programs the familiar ecclesiastical impedimenta we saw every Sunday...

20 Jacksonville, Florida-based Backyard Broadcasting did not own any radio stations in Florida?...

21 Piggly Wiggly's headquarters are located in New Hampshire, instead of the southern US?...

22 a veterinarian is charged with animal cruelty?

23 Trump supporters call Nancy Pelosi a psychopath and a narcissist?

24 My deaf partner stated they enjoyed the ambiance when I did not laugh at their joke because I did not hear it?...

25 John was relieved to skip his class to go to work... as a teacher.



Given Time, a novel by Paul London