AN ENGLISH MA­JOR WALKS INTO A BAR …

Reader's Digest - - We Found A Fix - —blue­bird­of­bit­ter­ness.com

Two quo­ta­tion marks walk into a “bar.” A mal­a­prop­ism walks into a bar, look­ing for all in­ten­sive pur­poses like a wolf in cheap cloth­ing, mut­ter­ing epi­taphs. Hy­per­bole to­tally rips into this in­sane bar and ab­so­lutely de­stroys ev­ery­thing. A non sequitur walks into a bar. In a strong wind, even tur­keys can fly. A mixed metaphor walks into a bar, see­ing the hand­writ­ing on the wall but hop­ing to nip it in the bud. A cliché walks into a bar—fresh as a daisy, cute as a but­ton, and sharp as a tack. A syn­onym strolls into a tav­ern.

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