This expression, first used by William Shakespeare in ‘Merchant of Venice’, is so glaringly true, even today.
It denotes that everything that looks ‘precious’ or ‘attractive’ or ‘in a certain way’, in reality, may not be that way. 498 more words
As Sebastian sat huddled in the bus shelter, drowning his sorrows in a bottle of Campari, hiding from marauding Mogwashian Mimers; Moonchild Etherington-Smythe was conversing with her ironing board and was expressing ironing boardness onto canvas. 280 more words