Tag: Boomeranged Metaphors

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Boomeranged Metaphors

Facebook Turned into a Real Toxic Drug

How many times did you refer to Facebook as a drug that gives you addiction? Unfortunately this metaphor has recently boomeranged into the physical world, in the form of an illegal Facebook-branded synthetic drug sold in Hungary.

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Boomeranged Metaphors

Angry Birds in Real Life

Every bird spotter that encounters the real Northern Cardinal bird nowadays, at least for one second will think: "Hey! Isn't that the one from angry bird?".

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Boomeranged Metaphors

Emoticons Among US

What if emoticons were not just a replacement for the written word, but creatures looking for a place in society?

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Boomeranged Metaphors

In Suburbia Anything Can Happen

She refused to sell her home, now her 108-year-old farmhouse is surrounded by new buildings. In 2006 a construction company offered to Edith Macefield, owner of this small house in Seattle, a million dollars to demolish her home and make way for a commercial development.

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Boomeranged Metaphors

Not On The App Store

There isn’t an App for everything, and apparently we need a sticker that reminds us so.
Three students at Hyper Island designed the Not Available on the App Store label to look like the, by now familiar, “Available on the App Store” badge from Apple.

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