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Saturday, June 18, 2016

Analogies in zoo - Analogien im Zoo

Comparisons besides clichees like apehouse (parliament) or shark water (stock exchange):
Hippotamus: Political animal - big mouth, bogs down
Kangaroo: Bank animal - living large with empty sack
Spectacled cobra: Studied animal - studied political science or something else without rhyme or reason
Vergleiche abseits üblicher Klischees wie Affenhaus (Parlament) oder Haifischbecken (Börse):
Nilpferd: Politisches Pferd - großes Maul, lebt im Sumpf
Känguruh: Bankiertier - macht große Sprünge mit leerem Sack
Brillenschlange: Studiertes Tier - studierte Politologie oder was anderes ohne Hand und Fuß

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