Satire and Irony

Satire and Irony are one or two of my favorite literary devices (depending upon your definitions).  Most people don’t really understand either, and don’t expect me to help in that regard. (I just needed some type of introduction to tie the following two links together.)

First, you just have to go here to understand.  It’s just plain funny, whether it’s meant as satire or not.  I’m choosing to believe it is.

Next, a post from Debunking Christianity, to which my reaction was simply, “how ironic.”  I don’t think I have to explain.  If you don’t get it, just read a few other posts, then come back to this one.

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2 Responses to Satire and Irony

  1. Fred says:

    I’m wondering if there is anything BUT satire.

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