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Man can't open the plastic packaging of his plastic cutter.
"Just when you're about to lose faith in humanity, you see Shakespeare in the Park."
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"You're supposed to push your envelope from the inside, Conners!"
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The literal use of the common metaphor was instantly notices by Skippy the fox.
I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous.
"The suspect was described as wearing totally pedestrian bluejeans, an indifferent gray sweatshirt, and a trucker's cap, without the slightest sense of irony."
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"The Government wants GPs to have more control over their work and this is how we want you to use it!"
"We're hoping to get some lottery money to fund some gambling support groups!"
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"We know that being a GP isn't about money...."
"Psst! If you have any stock tips to pass on, I can probably lighten your sentence for insider trading."
"I keep forgetting to take my Ginkgo Bilboa."
In 1682 in a remote cave in the Ural Mountains, Heinrick Glaston discovers irony.
"You can't have your baby today...Dr. Caruthers is speaking at the medical convention on 'Building Patient Trust'."
"Sorry, I'm just enjoying the irony for a minute."
"Ordinance 174R: 'No taking pictures of surveillance cameras.'"
A Nation of Peace
"Brian's a bad health visitor."
"Girls! Stop fighting over the friendship bracelets."
How To Be In the Moment
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12 Days Without a Name Change
The town of Irony, Pennsylvania has long been known for being very literal,