Today's quote is... 'the king is on his throne' from the book 'Red Queen'. it is a text to text, text to self, and a text to world quote.
Hold tight, I'll explain why.
Or, I may think of the word chair, and remember that my grandma sits in a chair, and that would be a text to world quote. Or I would remember that I greatly enjoy wheely chairs and that would be a text to self quote.
When I think of this quote, my mind jumps around quite a bit. for instance, I might think of a riddle that I read, and it would be a text to text quote.
Pablo explains the text to text aspect.
My text to text quote is a text to text quote because it reminds me of a riddle from a book called 'The Best Book Of Riddles, Puns, And Jokes'. The riddle is a simple, yet funny one: 'What's the difference between a prince and a baseball? One is heir to the throne, and one is thrown into the air! The quote itself ties in with the riddle because of the words 'king', and 'throne'.
Pablo explains the text to world aspect
The reason this is a text to world quote is that I am reminded of the fact that my grandma sits in a chair. I am reminded of this because thrones are sort of chair-like things and chairs are meant for sitting on. Accompanied by the fact that my grandma enjoys sitting, I can conclude that my grandma sits in a chair.
Pablo explains the text to self aspect,
The reason this is a text to self quote is that the quote reminds me of the fact that thrones are chair-like objects. Wheely chairs, I have noticed, are chair-like objects as well, and I greatly enjoy sitting on wheely chairs. When I sit on a wheely chair, I feel so happy and luxurious, like a queen on her throne, thus making this quote a text to self quote.
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