P.S. Do you like the purple text background?
Analogy: brussell sprouts are to dessert as Matthew Patel is to calculus class.
Analysis: My favorite kind of graph is a simple way to understand the hard stuff.
Anaphora: every episode of Friends (imagine 90's font) is titled " The one where..." It's cool cuz that's how we all describe specific tv episodes.
Antagonist: Captain Hook is the antagonist of the Peter Pan story.
Antithesis: Bull in a china shop compares the bulk and force of the bovine-american with the dainty fragility of the teacups.
Apostrophe: A book as ubiquitous in preschools as bibles in motel rooms.
Argument: Many of us use wikipedia or IMDB to prove others wrong.
Assumption: I don't agree with that assume and ass and you and me thing because we're only trying to hone our deductive reasoning skills.
Audience: Despite the fact that pokemon is targeted at an audience of children, I believe it is most popular among the post/peri-pubescent.
Characterization: Eeyore, the donkey from Winnie the Pooh (as if you thought of any other), is heavily characterized by his sighs and stoicism.
Chiasmus: " Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country." That's what JFK said. Btw, there was a guy who met John Quincy Adams and John F. Kennedy. C-c-c-crazy!
Circumlocution: Beat around the bush
Classicism: The Greeks had their ideas AND their style copied.
Cliche: (Sans accent mark because blogger doth protest too much.) This show is just one huge cliche and a massive joke being played on society.
Colloquialism: My favorite accent to read aloud in.
Comedy: I hope your mind didn't jump to Tyler Perry because no.
Conflict: That which causes drama in a clique of teenage girls.
Contrast: If this picture doesn't work, consider a quote from Remy in Fat Joe's Lean Back:
We gangsta and gangstas don't dance, we boogie.
Denotation: Straight out the dictionary!
Denouement: When they go back and tell you what's happened since the conflict ended.