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Nov 2, 2010
When you start nitpicking at the definition of irony you just look like an ignorant hobo that has no better way of making himself look smart.
Oct 14, 2010
"I went and licked the lamppost. It tasted ironic. Then my tongue was stuck to it's cold, ironic surface."

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Sep 5, 2010
To continue posting on this comment board, one must 1) look up and understand the definition of "ironic," 2) know how to use it in a sentence.

Thanks a bunch,
Sep 3, 2010
@Woody1000: Exactly. It was in one of the Dilbert books (can't remember which one), and Scott wrote that Jim Davis asked him for the original, which he traded for an original Garfield. Scott said at the time it was his greatest financial return as a cartoonist.

@saywhatwhat: Agreed. I was only referring to the punchline. Both jokes are different and quite funny.
Sep 3, 2010
@ pbsalomone et al., I wouldn't call it a re-run. The line is the same but the joke is completely new, both times great. (It took a moment to get the old one, thinking back to kitty with suction cups on its feet.)
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