I wasn't sure where to post this one, but I'm sure someone will tell me if I'm wrong. I'm reading the Straw Men by Michael Marshall, and giggling to myself about certain imagery that is conjured up during certain lines. These lines are his surprise about his parent's actions that are, to him, out of character: 1. "My eyebrows crawled slowly up my head in bemused embarrassment, as I tried to get my head around the idea that it might be my father operating the camera." And 2. "By this stage my eyebrows were raised so high they were hovering over my head." Of course, I'm picturing two hairy caterpillars that have now moved from his brow to the top of his head, and they are spinning into a daze. Anyone else read any one-liner gems that confuse and amuse when taken literally?