The act of creating or performing a work about creating or performing the same type of work that falsely presumes the audience will relate to the unusual activity
The theme of that rock some is pure autographism. Example: A rock song about playing the guitar (there are too many to list) (Beatles: While My Guitar Gently Weeps; Bon Jovi: Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen From Mars, Blame It on the Love of Rock & Roll; AC/DC: Let There Be Rock; The Rolling Stones: Jiving Sister Fanny, Family, Let It Bleed, Memory Motel)
The public did not relate to the artist's autographic theme in the painting. Example: An artist paints a picture of an artist painting (Drawing Hands by Escher)
Example: On Star Trek The Next Generation the main activity recreational seemed to be acting and other things done in front of an audience (see episodes: The Nth Degree, Time's Arrow, Schisms, Sarek)
Example: Every TV sitcom that is on long enough has an episode where someone is an actor or is on TV. (Married with children: Kiss of the Coffee Woman, Just Shoe It, Get Outta Dodge; Futurama: Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV; The Andy Griffith Show: The Taylors in Hollywood)
Example: TV shows and Movies about working in entertainment (Dick Van Dyke Show, I Love Lucy, Seinfeld, Frasier, Danny Thomas)
Example: Books where the main theme is related to a book, writing a book or where the writer is the main character
To make a product or service appear to be healthy by touting a few good features and ignoring the bad features. Phrases like fat free and cholesterol free may be applied to high calorie candy (like Twizzlers).
Oatmeal reduces cholesterol (ignores that you must add lots of sugar to make palatable)
www.pistachiohealth.com says "Pistachios are Heart Healthy"
The American Egg Board says "Find out what makes Luke incredible. Here's a hint energy for the body & mind." www.aeb.org/ This heartwashes eggs, ignoring the high cholesterol.
Milk does a body good!
"Feel Good About Loving Beef Isn’t it great that a food you crave can be so good for you too?" say Cattlemen's Beef Board and National Cattlemen's Beef Association.