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Skiing was canceled on account of snow.
Why is this Ironic?

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  1. Skiing depends upon a lot of snow. This sounds like situational irony.

    http://grammar.about.com/od/il/g/ironyterm.htm

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  2. My mom went to the grocery store.she forgot her purse.

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