. . .irony is a form of utterance that postulates a double audience, consisting of one party that hearing shall hear and shall not understand, and another party that, when more is meant than meets the ear, is aware, both of that “more” and of the outsider’s incomprehension. . .”
— h. w. fowler, linguist, and author of modern english usage (1968)
Getting ’nuff irony these dayz?
Katie coming to a Harry Potter movie with us on the transit