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    As a man, I have to say I love my fellow man :sexface: . Nohomo.
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    (Original post by fojodef)
    how is it not
    :sigh:

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    im not saying your wrong.
    i just had a feeling youd find it too difficult to explain.
    and i was right.
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    (Original post by fojodef)
    im not saying your wrong.
    i just had a feeling youd find it too difficult to explain.
    and i was right.
    No, I find it shocking that you don't know what is a metaphor.

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    I've only ever had one fight with a friend in my whole life and that was when I was in year seven. I can't actually think of anyone in my social circle who has had a fight in the past idk five years? I think you're basing this idea on stereotypes found in TV and films.
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    Because guys don't try to squish you like a bug when they are annoyed/jealous etc. with/of you...

    Well that is an observation of mine.
    I don't know? It's really strange, I think that maybe girls get threatened more easily. :dontknow:

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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    No, I find it shocking that you don't know what is a metaphor.

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    its an easy mistake to make.

    pissing competition is a phrase. you dont mean people are literally having a pissing competition.
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    (Original post by fojodef)
    its an easy mistake to make.

    pissing competition is a phrase. you dont mean people are literally having a pissing competition.
    That's not a metaphor. More like hyperbole or something like that.

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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    That's not a metaphor. More like hyperbole or something like that.

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    exactly but its clearly a challenge for you to describe what it is for you yourself.
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    That's not a metaphor. More like hyperbole or something like that.

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    Figure of speech.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Figure of speech.
    No, not really. An idiom mayb

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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
    Start a master race?
    Hitler pls go
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Figure of speech.
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    No, not really. An idiom mayb

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    Yes it is a figure of speech - that's what hyperbole is

    hy·per·bo·le

    [hahy-pur-buh-lee]

    noun Rhetoric .1.obvious and intentional exaggeration.

    2.an extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to be taken literally, as “to wait aneternity




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    Mainly because most girls try to avoid conflict and keep what they think to themselves and end up making little comments and dropping hints.
 
 
 
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