Bad Metaphors … and some bad similes actually (from real GCE English essays)

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Mr. Riesal reminded me of this list. I think I gave it out to S35 during the Bridging Programme. Have fun reading…

… AND DO NOT USE THESE METAPHORS AND SIMILES (can you differentiate the two?) IN YOUR WRITING. Unless you want to be the next Sedaris. 😉

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