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Interesting Facts
Rhyme means words that sound the same or similar in their endings. Here are a few facts about Rhyming that you may not of known.
  • Poems and popular song lyrics often use rhyme.
  • Many examples of rhyme are in folk songs, children's songs, and of course in nursery rhymes.
  • A simple poem can also be called a rhyme.
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The goal of advertising is to make consumers use a company's product. The use of jingles in ads keeps a company's product in the back of the minds of consumers.

Most people prefer ads that rhyme. And, even if they do not, the fact remains that rhyming ads tend to be more memorable. As a result they are also more likely to be talked about and repeated to others. Surprisingly, rhyming ads are not only more memorable, they are also perceived as more accurate.

In one study, conducted by lead researcher Matthew McGlone, people were presented with a series of statements. In each case, half the study participants received statements that rhymed, for example, "caution and measure will win you treasure" and "sobriety conceals what alcohol reveals" and the other half got non-rhyming versions of the same statements: "caution and measure will win you riches" and "sobriety conceals what alcohol unmasks".

After reading them, participants rated how accurately each reflected the way the world really works. In pretty much every case the participants held the strong belief that rhyming was in no way an indicator of accuracy, yet regardless of this they still rated those that rhymed as more accurate than those that didn't.

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Random rhyming quotes
A collection of quotes that rhyme:

  • "I box in yellow Gox box socks." -Dr. Seuss
  • "In the town live witches nine: three in worsted, three in rags, and three in velvet fine..." -Celia Rees
  • "Discharge my followers; let them hence away, from Richard's night to Bolingbrooke's fair day." -William Shakespeare
  • "Pully, hauly, tug with a will; the gods wiggle waggle, but the sky stands still." -Aldous Huxley
  • "Lines and angles, flat and bland, raise these volumes and make them stand." -James Moloney

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