is the pharse, Dont get me wrong I love... considered a oxymoron, if not what is it?
- Les Than SpamLv 57 months agoFavorite Answer
An oxymoron is a contradictory statement . . . so is the assumed contradiction here between "wrong" and "love"?. . . in this case, it sounds like the speaker is trying to clarify a previous statement which would be oxymoronic if it went something like: "I don't like war, but don't get me wrong, I love to fight . . . "
- TinaLv 77 months ago
It isn't anything but an incomplete sentence.
The classic oxymoron is:
"His honour rooted in dishonour stood
And faith unfaithful kept him falsely true."
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
"Don't get me wrong I love" - I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
- LudwigLv 67 months ago
Along with addiction, there are many other unwanted side effects of Oxymorone:
Risk of Violence
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- Sir CausticLv 67 months ago
Nah....... that's Star Wars, mate. The pharse is what the Jedi Knights use to beat people up with. Hope this helped.