While walking home from his security job at the Lake Park Mall, Scott Thornton thought about his day
Fish are so easy to have, your never gonna die, are you Robert?
Today had not been a good day for Scott. He lost his keys, got outrun by a shoplifter, and some kids made fun of his weight.
My goodness! am I exhausted. I had a very productive day today.
Lost in thought, he wandered onto a movie set and found an old lady being robbed. Without noticing the camera-man, he jumped into action and dropped kicked the robber. The audience and other characters were the only ones aware of this, showing dramatic irony.
Yeah...I'm feeding the fish right now. What did he say?!
Kathy came home from school, and got a pet goldfish. She placed the food right next to the rat poison, unknowingly.
Today Kathy came home very exhausted from a very productive day. She then got on the phone with her friend, Mary.
While on the phone with Mary, Kathy picked up the rat poison and fed it to her fish, Robert, instead of the goldfish food. This is an example of dramatic irony because we know that she is feeding the fish rat poison and not regular fish food, but she doesn't.