Cheesecake Factory serves “cheesecake.” Climate change deniers are “experts.” When you ask your girlfriend what’s wrong and she says she’s “fine.” “Chicken” McNuggets. These are all fine examples of the use of quotation marks to convey irony or sarcasm.
You see, this is not banana-blueberry ice cream. It’s banana-blueberry “ice cream.” All it’s really made of are frozen bananas and blueberries. To call it ice cream would be to lie. But when you eat it, it’s easy to forget that the sweet, creamy, refreshing dessert you’re scarfing down is nothing but pulverized frozen fruit. It’s perfect for anyone who can’t eat dairy, or for anyone simply looking for an alternative to ice cream.Read More