2 thoughts on “Non Sequitur: The Definition of Irony”

  1. OK – still trying to figure this one out KJ – someone who refuses to sit at the back of the bus + the word “selfish”…..

    It’s an impossible comparison to make right? And in Apples to Apples, you gotta make good comparisons? So…ahh, I think I got it.

  2. OK – still trying to figure this one out KJ – someone who refuses to sit at the back of the bus + the word “selfish”…..

    It’s an impossible comparison to make right? And in Apples to Apples, you gotta make good comparisons? So…ahh, I think I got it.

    Right. The Green Apple is played by the judge. The Red Apples are people, places, things and events; each player has seven of them in his or her hand and tries to play one that best matches the Green Apple.

    Success in the game can depend a lot on knowing judge’s personality, as you may have better luck playing a funny match or an ironic one, depending on who the judge is in any given round.

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