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   Anti-burglary alarm technician charged with burglary, having ten thousand spoons

12 Dec 2012 12:43 PM   |   3250 clicks   |   Sun Sentinel
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Sin_City_Superhero    [TotalFark]  
And all he really needs is a knife.

12 Dec 2012 12:44 PM
HelloNeuman     
he's getting a free ride alright, to jail. Hello Mom, Dad, I'm in JAIL!

12 Dec 2012 12:46 PM
suburbanguy     
That line in the song isn't ironic; just unfortunately.

12 Dec 2012 12:49 PM
Bermuda59     
Anti-burglary alarm technician. So, does he install alarms to prevent burglary or does he disable burglary alarms?

12 Dec 2012 12:50 PM
jesdynf     
I was going to abuse the submitter until I saw that the headline used the same language.

I know what a "burglar alarm" is. What would an "anti-burglar alarm" be, exactly?

12 Dec 2012 12:50 PM
medius    [TotalFark]  
iron bars do not a prison make

they are made of steel

/...that ironic?
//apologies to mr. lovelace for the misquote

12 Dec 2012 12:51 PM
Buttbone McGillicutty     
≖_≖

12 Dec 2012 12:52 PM
reillan     
... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!

12 Dec 2012 12:54 PM
LeroyBourne     

jesdynf: I was going to abuse the submitter until I saw that the headline used the same language.

I know what a "burglar alarm" is. What would an "anti-burglar alarm" be, exactly?


A device that blows a deafening sound every 15 seconds that signifies everything is AOK.
/yea, i know, simpsons did it

12 Dec 2012 12:56 PM
suburbanguy     

suburbanguy: That line in the song isn't ironic; just unfortunately.


/unfortunate.

12 Dec 2012 12:57 PM
SandmanEsq     

reillan: ... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!


Still not irony.

12 Dec 2012 12:58 PM
radiovox     
Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?

12 Dec 2012 01:01 PM
reillan     

SandmanEsq: reillan: ... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!

Still not irony.


Yes it is. It's situational irony.

12 Dec 2012 01:02 PM
reillan     

radiovox: Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?


you're missing some sorely needed Alanis

12 Dec 2012 01:03 PM
Highroller48    [TotalFark]  

suburbanguy: That line in the song isn't ironic; just unfortunately.


Hi. Welcome to Fark.

The WHOLE SONG isn't ironic.
0-media-cdn.foolz.usView Full Size

Which is actually quite ironic in itself.

12 Dec 2012 01:05 PM
StoPPeRmobile     

reillan: ... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!


That sounds more like, dumb.

12 Dec 2012 01:08 PM
FizixJunkee     

radiovox: Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?


The allusion.

12 Dec 2012 01:11 PM
Iblis824     

FizixJunkee: radiovox: Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?

The allusion.


Its a little bit ironic, don't ya think.

12 Dec 2012 01:12 PM
FizixJunkee     

Iblis824: FizixJunkee: radiovox: Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?

The allusion.

Its a little bit ironic, don't ya think.


Yeah, a little too ironic, I really do think.

12 Dec 2012 01:13 PM
Insatiable Jesus     
Rich biatch getting her shinies stolen? Cry me a farking river.

12 Dec 2012 01:14 PM
Iblis824     

FizixJunkee: Iblis824: FizixJunkee: radiovox: Okay somebody help me here...ten thousand spoons?

The hell am I missing?

The allusion.

Its a little bit ironic, don't ya think.

Yeah, a little too ironic, I really do think.


Its a free TF subscription, when you've already paid.

12 Dec 2012 01:22 PM
Polyron     
Pick up a spoon. Overencumbred.

12 Dec 2012 01:29 PM
Do the needful     

SandmanEsq: reillan: ... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!

Still not irony.


But what if it ain't them plastic spoons. That would be iron'y.

12 Dec 2012 01:31 PM
groppet     
Thats why ya should just use sporks!

12 Dec 2012 01:33 PM
Hector Remarkable     
Ray-eee-aaain

12 Dec 2012 01:37 PM
Britney Spear's Speculum     
Did he work for Insecurity?

12 Dec 2012 01:41 PM
durbnpoisn     

suburbanguy: That line in the song isn't ironic; just unfortunately.


It's finally come out from both Morrissette and th other writer of the song purposely misused the term "ironic" for every example in the song. "The only thing ironic about the song is the title. Because none of the things there are ironic"

//Read that someplace a little while ago.



As far as this headline goes... I don't se any iron here. It seems to me he was using his skills to mask his real intentions.

12 Dec 2012 01:49 PM
Bermuda59     
Did he work for Congressman Darrell Issa?

12 Dec 2012 02:02 PM
Kelly McGlade     

reillan: ... let's say you needed a knife for something, but all you could find was ten thousand spoons, so you couldn't do it... only to find out the next day that a spoon would have done. "You were only trying to open a tin of paint, you could have used a spoon for that!" "Oh bloody hell, I had ten thousand of the buggers yesterday.", now THAT's ironic!


What happened to all the spoons?

12 Dec 2012 02:04 PM
Misplaced yat     

Kelly McGlade: What happened to all the spoons?


images1.wikia.nocookie.netView Full Size


Glued 'em to the ceiling. You needn't worry about anyone stealing them now.

12 Dec 2012 02:30 PM
Highroller48    [TotalFark]  

durbnpoisn: s finally come out from both Morrissette and th other writer of the song purposely misused the term "ironic" for every example in the song. "The only thing ironic about the song is the title. Because none of the things there are ironic".


Yeah, because no one ever used "I meant to do that!" to try and cover for a mistake.

My money's still on dictionary fail.

12 Dec 2012 03:03 PM
StoPPeRmobile     

Highroller48: durbnpoisn: s finally come out from both Morrissette and th other writer of the song purposely misused the term "ironic" for every example in the song. "The only thing ironic about the song is the title. Because none of the things there are ironic".

Yeah, because no one ever used "I meant to do that!" to try and cover for a mistake.

My money's still on dictionary fail.


School fail.

12 Dec 2012 03:28 PM
Clemkadidlefark     
Unexpected™

/as is everything in an ObamaEconomy

12 Dec 2012 04:13 PM
The Larch     

Highroller48: durbnpoisn: s finally come out from both Morrissette and th other writer of the song purposely misused the term "ironic" for every example in the song. "The only thing ironic about the song is the title. Because none of the things there are ironic".

Yeah, because no one ever used "I meant to do that!" to try and cover for a mistake.

My money's still on dictionary fail.


Well, that would be ironic, wouldn't it?

// Or would it? I'm too ironic to know if I'm joking.

12 Dec 2012 04:39 PM
inertcorkhair     
Ah, robbing the place while the homeowner is there, and awake, and knows you're there, the perfect crime.

12 Dec 2012 06:33 PM
Spartan_Manhandler     

Misplaced yat: Kelly McGlade: What happened to all the spoons?

[images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 235x178]

Glued 'em to the ceiling. You needn't worry about anyone stealing them now.


You UNDERSTAND the silverware? Cuckoo!

13 Dec 2012 02:41 AM
Abacus9     

Highroller48: suburbanguy: That line in the song isn't ironic; just unfortunately.

Hi. Welcome to Fark.

The WHOLE SONG isn't ironic.
[0-media-cdn.foolz.us image 452x339]
Which is actually quite ironic in itself.


I would say the whole song is unfortunate.

13 Dec 2012 03:51 AM
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