cainja1 wrote:(Almost) an exact resub with a different name. No rules against this yet. Hopefully it will do better this time! Thanks for looking!
Well let's see...
This is EXACTLY the same from what I can see. (ie., there isn't enough of a change to be resubbed, especially so soon when the other derby was only 2 days ago. Oh wait... I saw 1 droplet removed from the bottom XP nope, still not enough. ) and woot, as well as Joel, frown on resubs as a general rule. And I agree with spryte. You should check her list of rules.
And "pouring one's heart out" isn't oxymoronic. An oxymoron is a figure of speech that combines two usually contradictory terms in a compressed paradox, as in the word 'bittersweet' or the phrase 'living death'. Your phrase isn't contradictory, nor is it paradoxical. It is, however, an idiom: a phrase or grammatical construction that cannot be translated literally into another language because its meaning is not equivalent to that of its component words. Examples, of which there are thousands in English, include: follow suit, hell for leather, flat broke, on the wagon, well hung, etc.