"idioms are for idiots, the less creative in thinking," she laughed.
"you pick, ill choose," he retorted.
he took things personally sometimes. it was impossible not to take her personally.
"that will be our chosen illusion
cheaply practiced & liberally applied" she replied looking askance.
"you pick the place
ill pick the time"
"you pick the topic
ill pick the phrasing"
"i pick next,
"we both agree with changizi
but divided in our preferences"...one said.
"you always pick fictional, i choose ambiguity," was the reply.
Picked by Ali Hakimi
clearly illusioning is not the opposite of truth, of reality.
falsehood is something which does not exist, and
idioms are not actually illusions.
what you choose is not true, but an illusion.