Should've gone before we left.
- Apr 4, 2020
See, some good does come out of Facebook.
Actually by the definition, couldn't that be either sarcastic or ironic? As Irony is defined as 'the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning', surely calling him an 'evil genius' would achieve that?Andronicus said:Just wanted to point out that, in this case, the word you're looking for is "sarcastic", rather than "ironic".darkstone said:
OT: If "attention seeking" was a crime, these kinds of criminals should be locked up for life.
Yeah, pretty much.GraveeKing said:Well if they were smart - they wouldn't be criminals would they?
I know it's such a basic, simple thing to say but it's just true!
Allow me to make it come full circle.RepeatAfterMe said:
New York Police Department said:
*breaks down front door with a battering ram*
I do not know what you are talking about. These actions clearly shows that Burgos is not only a genius but a smooth, handsome genius at that. I cannot fathom how the police managed to find such a suave gangsta and can only hope future criminals do not follow his legendary example.mjc0961 said:Okay, I changed my mind. Facebook is good for ONE thing: letting really stupid criminals practically turn themselves in. If only more criminals were this stupid.