The kids these days are all using this word called “ironic”

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"I've been doing really good with my diet lately-

Should I reward myself with a mega pepperoni?"

 

"I've been sober for six months-

Should I reward myself with a relapse?"

 

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lyrycsyntyme's picture

Are you starting a dance crazy? Everyone do The Ironic.

A catchy dance for kids and adults, a like. We already have the steps down and don't even know it.

 

"I've been doing really well at managing my money this year -

Should I reward myself with a sixty two inch t.v.?"

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Newborn=fresh flesh

Long as you don't cry when the tordando sweeps it up and you're left with insuffient funds for your family's survival rations. Who'll be dancing then?


I never dreamed what it would be like

To cherish a creative son -Imagination

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Consumers often don't see the

Consumers often don't see the wolf at the top of the ridge, counting their calories for them.

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Justice Wolf

Howl, our victim is stuffed

Like the turkey he just

Greedily gross gluttonized

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Oh, impossible riddles

Surround the cemetery-

How the ghosts know,

Blanketing corpses cozy


I never dreamed what it would be like

To cherish a creative son -Imagination

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An ironic mega-pizza! Over

An ironic mega-pizza! Over the years it would appear that each generation and cohort would  capture and be captured by certain words and phrases that stick and become their descriptors. It's an amazing phenomenon.


here is poetry that doesn't always conform

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Urban dictionary

And then there's the potential product of puzzling it all together through multiple generations and coming out with one's own personalized slanguage.


I never dreamed what it would be like

To cherish a creative son -Imagination

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And that's probably the most

And that's probably the most delicious thing of all! Tolkien had his why not us!


here is poetry that doesn't always conform