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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-09-2009, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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I found this site through another forum. Have a look and I'm sure you'll have seen alot of these or similar variations thereof in use.
http://www.101cliches.com/view-the-101

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I didn't see the one where a ring is placed on an open book, back lit, and casting a heart shaped shadow on the pages.
Done to death.
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It's "B2B Marketing" Clich'es. A big clich'e like that is probably most appropriately represented by a clich'e anyway.
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On behalf of snaffles everywhere, what's wrong with acorns?
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I'm surprised that the silhouetted hiker on a mountain summit with hands raised in victory wasn't in the top 101.
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I'm surprised that the silhouetted hiker on a mountain summit with hands raised in victory wasn't in the top 101.
You mean THIS one?
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I'm surprised that the silhouetted hiker on a mountain summit with hands raised in victory wasn't in the top 101.
Darn, I must have at least a dozen of those with me as the subject! Now I feel so cliched, tacky and trite... Who would of thought that anybody eles would have the same idea?
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I'm surprised that the silhouetted hiker on a mountain summit with hands raised in victory wasn't in the top 101.
You mean THIS one?
I think he's signalling for a rescue helicopter because he doesn't know how to downclimb...
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