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  1. Both coincidental and contradictory in a humorous or poignant and extremely improbable way.
Examples
  • It is that Einstein, who was such a revolutionary young man, was reduced to irrational denial of quantum mechanics in his later years.
  • It is that Bruce Campbell cut his hand off with a chainsaw when it was possessed by a demon, and then replaced his hand with the same chainsaw, becoming a demon-fighting machine. (based on the Evil Dead film series.)

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