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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#54 - WutzATroll
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i·ron·ic
/īˈränik/
Adjective
Using or characterized by irony.
Happening in the opposite way to what is expected, thus typically causing wry amusement.

Key word: Opposite
#56 to #54 - hvacian
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It's ironic when you think of it as Peter Pan, the boy who never wants to grow up, and lives in neverland avoiding that fate, is being played by a guy that does a phenomenal job at being Peter, (and even falls in love with the girl who plays Wendy!) is fired because he looks older, because he grew up.

One wouldn't expect someone who was so close to Peter to grow old.
#57 to #56 - WutzATroll
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But I would expect him to be fired for being old, since Peter Pan is supposed to be young.
User avatar #64 to #57 - sanguinesolitude
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the boy who never grows up got fired for growing up. that is textbook irony ************.
#65 to #64 - WutzATroll
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No, an actor got old and was incapable of playing a character meant to be young. That's fairly straightforward
User avatar #66 to #65 - sanguinesolitude
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still ironic. Obviously there is no real peter pan.

#59 to #57 - hvacian
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He was like THE Peter Pan. I'm not surprised Andrew got fired for growing up, I'm surprised Peter grew up.
Have you seen some of the videos? This guy was the closest thing to the real deal ever (way closer than robin williams)