BIRMINGHAM, ENG. - Spoofer Inhopeless today, was found to be absolutely ironic today after his spoofs were suggesting he was being post-modern.
"You see," said Erskin Quint, a fellow spoofer, "it appears that he has written self-referential articles, and written some that are directed at 'you'. Most are feats of gonzo writing - pretty post-modernist territory."
What is so ironic?
"That's the thing," said Lady Godiva, "for all his funny, self-referential and post-modern peices - he has stated thoughouly, many times, I add, - that he totally hates post-modernism. And somehow by extenstion, hipsters. But even hipsters hate hipsters."
Some spoofers in the community feel that it is too easy to see the ironic irony present in its entire ironic sense.
"I only joined a few weeks ago," said Ellie James, a Texan spoofer, who isn't Jim Parsons*,"and I see this guy Inhopeless - writes good stuff - going on about how he hopes his work didn't look like 'post-modern shit'. I then look at the story in question - I'm not a artist or a culture nerd like Inhopeless claims to be - and, guess what? Post-modernism. The only way it could be more post-modern, is if he added extra post-modernism as a side order. Or something ironical."
When asked if the irony was post-modernly ironic, Inhopeless's father butted in. "Well, it does raise the question... why are you talking to yourself Inhopeless? It seems rather 'post-modern', for you to be writing about yourself. It does appear rather effeminate."
When asked to shut the hell up, Inhopeless said, "Shut up man. Screw you. my work is not post-modern. I only have two ironic t-shirts. If it was post-modern, I'd know about it."
Is is a sign of compensating for an inferiority complex?
"NO!" said Inhopeless. "How the hell have you gleaned that?"
As of press time, this is not an ironic statement full of irony.
* - Jim Parsons plays Sheldon Lee Cooper in the funny CBS sitcom "The Big Bang Theory".