Irony and Sarcasm

by Arnold Burian

Check out Irony and Sarcasm by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt:

What’s the difference? 

Irony: a figure of speech in which you say (or write) the opposite of what you mean in such a manner that your listener (or reader) can tell what you actually mean.

This statement (last panel) is an example of irony.

Wizard of Id Classics Comic Strip for October 10, 2018

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