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Hyperbole: n. exaggerating but not asking to be seriously considered because it is known to be untrue

“This book weighs a ton” is an example of hyperbole which is a gross exaggeration since no realistic book weighs a ton but it implies that it is a very heavy book. 80 more words

Common Sense


Implausible: adj. judging a subset(s) to be minimally probable because it subjectively seems (improbable and/or untrue) and/or (unreasonable and/or unconvincing)

How often have you impulsively sensed based mostly on prior experience that something is improbable, untrue, unreasonable, or unconvincing? 113 more words

Common Sense

Possessions Repossessed

I am trapped
In a trap of my own making
Setting out
To set myself free
I go down all the old wrong paths

You say… 205 more words


Phony Sucks

Do fake/phony people KNOW that they ARE this way?  The definition of both words mean not genuine, a fraudulent person.  The phoniness (I made that word up) of these narcissistic, insincere, and downright deceitful people is a major pain in the ass to have to deal with when it’s in your face on a daily basis.  340 more words


What's True & What's Untrue?

At this wee hours… I want to share a few things.

The Struggle between the truth and the false

In life very often, we are caught amidst a strong vortex of… 277 more words

Daily Prompts

Nailed Coffins

If lies were nailed on coffins,
Mine would be tied down by yours.
If hearts were won by broken faith
Mine would’ve surrendered by law. 62 more words


Boys, WHY?!

Why do boyfriends cheat? Why do boys couldn’t be man enough to act like a man. Why do male species love to take advantage when they see an opportunity. 281 more words