He told me to grow up - which was a bit ironic.
It is tragically ironic that while Lydia nests on one the world's most remote and pristine islands, she makes her living in some of the most degraded seas on the planet. Fishing pressure is huge and marine pollution is severe.
I don't like the word ironic. I like the word absurdity, and I don't really understand the word 'irony' too much. The irony comes when you try to verbalize the absurd. When irony happens without words, it's much more exalted.
I did think it a little ironic that we can have two task force meetings and a public hearing and have a half-cent sales tax within six months but we still don't have a clear direction on a nonsmoking ordinance.
So isn't it ironic that Newt Gingrich is attempting to put his ethic problems behind him with a plan that requires a whole new investigation by the ethics committee?
I am not at all happy with the result. We simply could not convert our chances. It is almost ironic when you consider we had over 60% of the possession in the first half.
It's ironic, now we are talking about his death notice.
What's ironic is that when we found ourselves coming together on these rescues, none of us knew the other had been abused. We discovered our common bond only after we started caring for the animals.
The ironic thing is that was the talk before we won the Super Bowl ... that this defense is not what it used to be. We stepped up and showed people they were wrong. The same little mumblings are starting to rumble now, and we're going to step up and show the world again.
I did notice it, ... And I thought it was ironic. It brought back memories. The whole experience was so darn much fun.
It's ironic that we started out with a basic commitment to economic integration and then we get to a situation where we can pay off and never handle the larger social issue. The logic is to produce economically integrated towns all over New Jersey. We have to keep our eye on the ball here.
[Talking to a patient about suing doctors] It's ironic, isn't it? Sort of like the boy who sued wolf... you know, I bet we have a doctor named Wolf. How perfect would that be? I'm gonna page him.
Wouldn't it be ironic that the very year the World Potato Congress is bringing all these international visitors, we take famous potatoes off our plates?
Sixty percent of our general budget goes to education. It would be ironic if electronic commerce erodes the science and math education that the visionary leaders of tomorrow need to keep this industry going.
Favorable underlying economic growth trends make the need for a national 'stimulus' package -- ironic given the substantial government spending probably of about 1 pct of GDP about to occur -- questionable.
I got some luck in the last frame, which I thought was ironic because I thought I might win then.
So it's ironic that he was only a one-term president, largely because of the Great Depression, and people complained that he wasn't doing enough. And yet he really had all the capabilities of carrying on a relief effort for America the same way he did in Europe, but he just wasn't given enough time.
I think it's ironic that the way the Chinese government prepares to host the United Nations Commission on Human Rights is by placing dissidents under house arrest.
It is ironic that the legislation that may ultimately define his legacy, getting a lottery in North Carolina, could lead to his eventual downfall.
It is ironic that we focus on weight loss, when the real challenge is weight maintenance.
It's sad but ironic. Same team, same place, same game.
We think it?s very ironic this is happening under an administration that was re-elected because of its values. The larger challenge for the vast majority of (public employees) is: How can they do their jobs faithfully, and survive?
It is ironic that the Internet is a global phenomenon -- yet if you're not in Silicon Valley, it's really hard to get a sense of the pace and the connections between those companies. So many of the ideas get transferred in hallway conversations, meetings over lunch and the casual interactions of the companies that are proximate.
It's ironic because the ruling reflects that the educational services provided by the district resulted in the student excelling, ... The judge even said in his ruling that this student's case 'does not present the most compelling case of a child in need of special education.'.
It's ironic that after a political season awash in commercials based on fear and deception by both parties seen on all major networks, an ad with a message of welcome and inclusion would be deemed too controversial.