Hyperbole is the Best Thing Ever
Sounds like something I want on a shirt. If only I looked good in pink.
In any case, it’s that time again. I’ll be hosting Day in a Sentence, a regular feature over at Kevin’s blog that alternates between the most general “Day in a Sentence” to cleverer themes like “Day in a Poem” and even “Day in a VoiceThread.”
Which brings us to our title. This week’s cleverish theme asks you to describe your week through exaggeration, and I believe it will add India’s share of spice to our recurring segment.
Consider this fairly mundane submission:
My hateful credential classes are a painful experience.
Add a little exaggeration, and it improves by at least a zillion percent:
My hateful credential classes could probably be made more painful, if only with the addition of literal rusty iron shackles, barbed-wire fences and unfed Rottweilers.
In addition, I challenge you to fashion your hyperbole without the following words or those similar to them:
Good luck. I suppose the thousand of you will need it.