[i’m addicted to you and only you.]
ironic | īˈränik |
using or characterized by irony.
“his mouth curved into an ironic smile”
happening in the opposite way
to what is expected
and typically causing
because of this.
“it was ironic that now that everybody had plenty of money for food, they couldn’t obtain it because everything was rationed”
synonyms: paradoxical, incongruous“it’s ironic that a former illiterate is now a successful writer”
i r o n i c = J x N