Connotation vs. Denotation

By Clayton Aultman

Connotation

In the big game over the weekend, Tommy hit a incredible dinger! It was so sweet to watch soar out of the ballpark. Everybody after the game said it was so cool. Everybody was saying the dinger was sick and that anytime he played baseball, it is lit. He later decided to make a mixtape all about it. Now everybody dabs to his mixtape anytime he hits.

Denotation

In the big game over the weekend, Tommy hit an incredible a thing outstanding of its kind! It was so having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not salty, sour, or bitter to watch soar out of the ballpark. Everybody after the game said it was so of or at a fairly low temperature. Everybody was saying the dinger was affected by physical or mental illness and that anytime he played baseball, it is past and past participle of light. He later decided to make a compilation of favorite pieces of music, typically by different artists, recorded onto a cassette tape or other medium by an individual all about it. Now everybody press against (something) lightly with a piece of absorbent material in order to clean or dry it to his mixtape anytime he hits.