Do you think that the word "Ironic" is a word that can be overused or misused?
I know I tend to misuse the word. How about you?
Yes on both counts, with plenty of blame owed to Alanis Morisette, who seems to have no clue what irony actually is. A black fly in chardonnay is not ironic.
Do you think that alphabets can be used to form words and words to form sentences?
In other words, why ask a question the answer to which is bleedingly obvious?
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