Not to bring you back to the deays of high school English, but . . .
We use metaphors all of the time to describe people that we come across in our everyday lives -- particularly in business.
Sometimes . . . we refer to salespeople as sharks. Do they have sharp teeth? Will they kill you? No . . . but maybe they will "eat you alive" in the business sense.
We also refer to others as skunks. This is probably because something that they do "smells bad" or doesn't feel just right.
What metaphors do you use? Can you think of any that describe people is a positive way?
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