What does Irony Taste Like?

Super-light, not too fruity, high acid and clean finish. What, you were expecting a more thought-provoking blog post; something about a black fly in your Chardonnay?

Anyone who knows me well understands that I could not resist buying a wine named Irony, as long as "oak" and "pear" didn't appear on the label description. So yeah, I bought it and am posting about it because of marketing (ew, I am such a consumer), but it is really good.

OK, just for fun, you answer the question "what does Irony taste like?"

Here: essence of expectation with overtones of disappointment. How's that? You try.

Comments (4)

  1. Programmerman says:

    Easy answer first:

    What does irony taste like?

    * Chicken.

    * Exactly the opposite of what you’d expect.

    * A complete surprise every time.

    * Nothing.

    Okay, I’ve got nothing… I shouldn’t respond to blogs in a groggy heap at 2 in the morning.

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Excellent effort Programmerman!

    "tastes like chicken" is still one of my favorite out of context punchlines ever.

  3. Lauren Smith says:

    My guess is that it used to be quite potent, but has become watered down a lot in the last few years.

    Or maybe like raaaa-eeee-yyaaaayyynn on your wedding day?

  4. Ben says:

    Irony can be so ironic sometimes…

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