Apart from the obvious fact that a dozen independent companies operate star-naming enterprises, a star is like a cat. You can name it if you want, but it doesn’t know its name, and if it lives outside, you can’t really say it’s yours.
The PonyCycle is a mechanically-powered horse with wheeled legs. The manufacturer says it’s “for indoor/outdoor use”, which I guess depends on whether you want your kid careening through your house atop a wheeled horse.
There’s a metaphor in the idea of finding a four-leaf clover. It represents good luck, but to find one, on average, you’ve got to spend a lot of time and pay a lot of attention. So the principle of putting in hard work to get “lucky” is part of the deal.
“Normal” bubble solution, that you get in a store, is made of water, soap, and glycerine (or a little bit of polymer.) So is BubbleLick. It’s not that BubbleLick is a special kind of bubble-blowing liquid, it’s that bubble-blowing liquid is always edible, if you’re willing to eat soap. BubbleLick lets you add some Kool-Aid or vodka to your soap-eating experience.
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