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A NIGHT OF METAPHORS & PARABLES. HOW USEFUL ARE THESE NOWADAYS?

  • Perkins

    11200 W. 87th ST, Overland Park, KS (map)

    38.971588 -94.715881

  • Next time you go to the meat department and want to order pork chops tell them the story of the "Three Little Pigs" and see where that gets you.

    Bring your own metaphor or parable and lets have a night of ancient times. Lets find the present day value in an iron age discussion.

    >>>Afterward we will go down the street to Callahan's and order our drinks with a metaphor. That should go over big time in 2011!<<<

    Cole Morgan
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  • Kansas City S.

    Damn those Three Little Piggies tasted good! I can never figure out a difference between a metaphor and parable. Sounds like parable is a much longer and wordier metaphor? Hope someone knows the answer and can break it down. Or I'll go to Wikipedia.

    March 8, 2011

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