Impressive work by one reviewer on the Metaphors task, finishing in 2 minutes ... I spent 5 and couldn't think of any genuinely rare metaphors. Arguably even the given example is just a derivation based on a metaphor that isn't all that rare, i.e. like saying something is as deep as the sea or as shallow as a puddle ... It's easy to take a common metaphor like that and maybe change the wording and then call it rare and unusual, but it really isn't. To be genuinely unusual, IMO, it needs to be more genuinely original, NOT just directly derived from a common metaphor. But that's just my excuse for returning the hit. It looked like a fun task, and it would have been if I had an ounce of creativity in my brain.