i‧ro‧ny  [ahy-ruh-nee, ahy-er-]

Defined: an outcome of events contrary to what was, or might have been, expected (and also) the incongruity of this.

I have defined this for Shelly. It’s one of her Ross-isms. She’s really into language and it visibly upsets her when people mis-use the word irony.

So fitting, then, that while Shelly and both practiced work avoidance this afternoon, we both jointly stumbled on this stellar example of irony.

For the full description, check out Private Islands Online.
But here’s the part I find hysterical and more than a bit sad…
“Hans Lollik is virtually untouched and one of the few undeveloped tropical islands left in the world. And at 510 acres, it represents a unique opportunity for development…”
Are you kidding me?

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I write. I take pictures. I love my dog. I love Florida. My 2016 book, 'Backroads of Paradise' did really well for the publisher and now I feel a ridiculous amount of pressure to finish the second book.