Is it ironic when an inconsiderate driver is cut off and forced to swerve to avoid a collision?
How about when you take time to center a picture in just the right place on the wall and while you are hammering in the hanger you end up with a hole?
How ironic when a constant complainer gets put in charge of the returns department at Wal-Mart?
Am I the only one who sees the irony of someone complaining about a poster critical of the current president, when only 4 years earlier they were posting the same poster critical of the last one?
At work there is irony at almost every turn, as the boss sends out directions to first go in this direction and then that direction and then back to the first direction, and then gets mad because we don’t seem to be making as much progress as we should.
I found it ironic that 100% of the talking heads got it wrong on how the SCOTUS would rule on the ACA. I don’t recall one talking head saying it would be upheld because of Congresses power to tax.
I think it ironic that this health plan is so good that Congress took pains to exclude themselves and the President from having to comply with it.
It seems pretty ironic that the ACA copies much of what Romney did in Massachusetts, and now he has to find fault with it.
There are a couple of other truly ironic things that I probably won’t bother to point out just of limit the number of people I offend. Isn’t that ironic?