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The dictionary describes oxymoron as a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined Contrary to popular belief the oxymoron is not a mentally challenged steer In plain English its putting words together that by definition cancel each other out I know what youre still confused so lets use a constructive attitude and see if I am able to explain things better than educational television can Sometimes we make the oxymoron make sense to us like saying healthy chocolate But think about the oxymoron Deafening silence How can one have deafening silence Is silence heard due to some strange occurrence No But it does give the illusion of silence being so loud it can make you deaf Go figure One could let out a silent scream just thinking about it Im not sure anyone would care after all it is silent But does this matter Yes to the oxymoron The oxymoron can either work for us or against us Think about this Have you ever been legally drunk If I use that when I am driving would I get a ticket Think about it Im still legal right It must not be against the law How would they know if I was drunk as long as I acted natural This can be achieved by acting like me but not in a strange or different way than I usually act in day to day life If things got out of control would they bring out the peace force I would be forced into going peacefully This could include a good beating to make sure all is peaceful I could get a reprieve if a small crowd gathered to watch as opposed to a regular crowd Im sure if that doesnt work things could get pretty ugly Ive met the pretty and Ive met the ugly There are no similarities between the two but with the oxymoron there is Lets look at this from a
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