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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE spoke to Jay Fullmer, 38, who became the first
American to get to grips with the concept of irony yesterday.<p>"It was weird," Fullmer said, "I was in London and, like, talking to this
guy and it was raining and **** and he said, like, great weather, or
something like that."<p>Said Fullmer: "And I thought - wait a minute, it's like, no way is it great
weather."<p>Fullmer soon realised that the other man's 'mistake' was deliberate.<p>"This guy was pretty cool about it," Fullmer said.<p>Fullmer, who is 39 next month and married with two children, aged 8 and 3,
planned to use irony himself in future.<p>"I'm like saying it all the time." he said. "Weekend last I was like
grilling steaks and I like burned them to **** and I said 'great weather'."

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