Anthropomorphism: Say It Three Times Fast

January 11, 2021

Defined as applying human traits to other animals. (As if they don’t have enough problems.)

“Oh, hey! Fantastic party, Tricksy! Fantastic! … Say, do you mind telling me which way to the yard?”
Shark nerds always ran the projector.
Like frozen sentries of the Serengeti, the century-old termite mounds had withstood all tests of time and foe—all tests, that is, except the one involving drunken aardvarks and a stolen wrecking ball.
The Accica Tree
“Well, if there’s a bone stuck in your throat, you deserve it! … Do you see anyone else around here stupid enough to order fish?”
“Wait just a gol dang minute here! He’s been dealin’ from the bottom of the deck, Jake! My pappy always said, ‘Never trust a grizzly.’”
In the corner, Vance was putting the move on two females—unaware that his fake hood had begun to slip.
“Well, that does it! Look at our furniture! The Shuelers have visited us for the last time!”
"Fifty bucks?" I said. "Hey! Do I look like I got a hole in my head?" … But seriously, folks …

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Defined as applying human traits to other animals. (As if they don’t have enough problems.)