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MasterAwesome

  • 2 years ago

Would this be considered Verbal Irony? When someone says, "It's like meeting the man of your dreams, and then meeting his beautiful wife." I think that is pretty ironic because you wouldn't expect the man of your dreams to already be married. I am looking for a song that has verbal irony in it, but I am finding it to be quite hard. Any suggestions would be awesome.

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  1. Dbro
    • 2 years ago
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    Ya I think that would be considered verbal irony. As for the song..I'll have to look into that

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