Is there a word or phrase to express something that may or may not be ironic, but is certainly humorous beyond just coincidental? I'm thinking along the lines of a weaker form of irony. My goal is to use this word or phrase in place of "ironic" or "irony" to avoid the inevitable claim of, "That's not ironic". I want the situation to be enjoyed for what it is, and not clouded by someone trying to determine the validity of my statement.
The word/phrase should make sense when describing things that actually are ironic, and also when describing situations such as:
A self proclaimed IT security expert that is constantly getting hacked.
You bring your dog home from the groomer and he immediately gets skunked.
Someone who is extremely poor and for years struggles to make ends meet, yet spends $2/year on lottery tickets, eventually wins two different lottery jackpots on the same day.
Perhaps the entire lyrics of the song "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette could be described by this word/phrase too.
I think we can do better than coincidental or humorous coincidence or even just funny or sad.