Definition of Irony

From BBC News, quoting The Times:

[Mrs May] said: “The SNP is trying to force the UK government to agree to something that is fundamentally unfair to the Scottish people.

It wants to ask them to make a crucial decision without the necessary information.

“They would not know what the new partnership with the EU would look like, or what the alternative of an independent Scotland would be. It would simply not be fair.”

Now what does that remind me of…

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A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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3 Responses to Definition of Irony

  1. The hypocrisy in the US is just as bad. Sometimes I think I’m in bizarro world, Frank.

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