The challenge this week comes to you from Mia and it is to use an oxymoron as your title.
An oxymoron (plural oxymorons or, more rarely, oxymora) is a figure of speech that combines two normally contradictory terms. Oxymoron is a loanword from Greek oxy ("sharp" or "pointed") and moros ("dull"). Thus the word oxymoron is itself an oxymoron.
Oxymorons are a proper subset of the expressions called contradictions in terms. What distinguishes oxymorons from other paradoxes and contradictions is that they are used intentionally, for rhetorical effect, and the contradiction is only apparent, as the combination of terms provides a novel expression of some concept, such as "cruel to be kind" or "team of mavericks".
Accidentally on Purpose
Little Big Man
With all deliberate speed" (i.e. "go quickly slowly")
Living dead (i.e. the undead)
Life after death
We are away this weekend so I will be posting the designers LO from MOnday morning, but just in case you wanted a head start and to get those brains ticking over ~ this gives you an idea of where we're gong this week.