Something so ironic, that a hipster would call it ironic
She's beyond ironic, she's bironic
Ironically bi(-sexual), often due to a decidedly Byronic demeanor (the pun is deliberate). Generally refers to males who project archetypical masculinity (stoic, distant, self-sufficient, curt) yet also maintain some degree of homoerotic desire. The classic example for this is Ennis Del Mar, portrayed by Heath Ledger in the 2005 film, Brokeback Mountain. Also refers to situations involving a bironic character, used in the same way "ironic" might be.
(Males A and B watching Brokeback Mountain:
Ennis: This is a one-shot thing we got goin on here
Jack: It's nobodies business but ours
E: You know I ain't queer
J: You know I ain't either)
A: Wow, that's... bironic
B: What, you mean like, how in-denial they are about their own gayness?
A: No, I mean, the way they separate their behavior and desire from larger social expectations regarding the binaries of gender roles and attraction
B: ...Because they're both still decidedly masculine, in the gender-normative sense of the word?
B: Wow, what a relief! In that case, I guess it's ok to tell you that when I'm scared or confused and can't sleep, I imagine you lying next to me as I caress your chest and smell your hair.
A: You are one bironic bro, bro... but you're MY bironic bro!
adjective, descibing the genuine appreciation observed in a cultural artifact previously deemed enjoyable only as camp.
His heavy metal collection, once scorned as trite and overcommercial pablum, has now been reappropriated as a bironic acquiescence to the hormonal surges of youth.
Prounoun, meaning someone who doesn't understand exactly how cool Rachel and Joe are.
That whore is so bironic.