Arbitrary Metaphors


    Arbitrary Metaphors


    Arbitrary metaphors can fall into many context; apophenia, pareidolia and psychosis. It’s the cross-platforming or finding commonality between two forms of existence, one being arbitrary. Primary example: While sleeping one morning, a bird sat on the rear-view-mirror and picked away at the glass.
    One classic subjective interpretation is the “Don’t beat yourself in the head,” idiom, which is to idiomatically correlate with an arbitrary situation. 

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