A definition of irony

Monday 3 April (2006)

Irony. The Oxford English Dictionary says:

A situation that appears opposite to what one expects.

I say:

A bunch of Mexicans at a bullfight experiencing the blind terror of being ruthlessly attacked for no good reason and without provocation.

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