I was listening to the radio a couple of days ago, and an ad came on talking about Labor Day.
Some kid said, "Mom, what is Labor Day about?"
And as the mom launched into the story behind the holiday, another voice (we assume it was Dad) interrupted with "Picnics! Grilling! No one has to work!"
Then the announcer started in on all of things that were going to be on sale... in the store... on Labor Day.
So... Let's look at this: The ad is all about how "no one has to work on Labor Day," but it's an ad for a store that will be open - with hundreds of people having to work.
I only heard the ad once. Makes me wonder if someone at the company actually heard it and realized that the irony cut a little close to the bone...