What's ironic about The Bible?
What's ironic about Alcoholics Anonymous?
The founder of AA asked for whiskey on his deathbed. (The nurse refused.)
What's ironic about McDonald's?
In a hilarious example of irony, McDonalds' employee health page, which is now shut down, once warned against eating McDonald's burgers and fries. Another fun fact: This is the secret ingredient behind the addictive flavor of McDonald's fries.
What's ironic about 'A Charlie Brown Christmas'?
Every year ABC cuts down A Charlie Brown Christmas—a movie about the over-commercialization of the holidays—to make room for more commercials.
What's ironic about Charlie Chaplin?
What's ironic about the inventor of the stop sign?
"Father of Traffic Safety" William Eno invented the stop sign, crosswalk, traffic circle, one-way street, and taxi stand—but never learned how to drive. The example of irony: He never got the chance to benefit from his own invention.
What's ironic about the Church of Scientology?
The Cult Awareness Network (CAN), once a leading anti-cult hotline, is now owned by the Church of Scientology.
What's ironic about Al Capone?
Al Capone's older brother was a federal Prohibition agent.
What's ironic about the man who invented basketball?
The only losing basketball coach in University of Kansas history is James Naismith—the man who invented basketball in 1891. This hilarious example of irony proves that just because you thought of the idea doesn't always mean you'll be the best at executing it.