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Entries in grammar (17)
Thanks to Jim Hill for inspiring this comic with his "metaphor mixologist" phrase on Twitter.
When I was working on the comic, I got curious about mixed metaphors and did some research...and of course immediately fell into the Black Hole Of The Internet. Sooo many interesting links! I could browse grammar sites for way too long, I think.
One of the best explanations is Grammar Girl's Mixed Metaphor post.
IF YOU WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT INTERNATIONAL ALL CAPS / CAPS LOCK DAY, SEE CAPSLOCKDAY.COM (warning: strong language and dancing Santa images that may make your eyes bleed).
Today is INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY, but what is it? (The Next Web)
I've posted a new comic up on Writer Unboxed: "Not An Old Wives' Tale After All...."