Local to you
Unanswered messages |
Getting started |
I'm on |
I'm watching |
I started |
Last 15 minutes |
Last hour |
This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 6 messages.)
I'd say it was comparing the feeling in the stomach to the action made when churning butter. THe stomach isn;t actually moving at all, is it? (Biologists? Help?) I'd say that made it a metaphor. Not a great one, though.
I think if you've got butterflies (which is metaphorical) your stomach quite literally feels like it's churning, it is turning over. So adjective.
Hmm. It's definitely not literal, though - stomachs don't actually churn, do they? I'd say a metaphor.
No, just an adjective. It's describing what the noun is doing.
I'm not an expert but I wouldn't think it's a metaphor - just a description.So who says it is, then - you or him?
Is the use of churning to describe a swirly, anxious tummy, a metaphor? Settle a 'discussion' with my dh please! Ta
Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.
Already registered with Mumsnet? Log in to leave your comment or alternatively, sign in with Facebook or Google.
Please login first.