thought bubble


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thought bubble

n.
A rounded or irregularly shaped outline, as in a cartoon or other drawing, containing words that represent a character's thoughts and often featuring several smaller, rounded outlines that form a tail pointing toward the thinker. Also called thought balloon.
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The meme even had a thought bubble with Daniela saying: "Wait lang!
The team behind Thought Bubble Comic Con, a huge event taking place in Harrogate in November, had offered a free ticket to a lucky shopper in each of Travelling Man's stores.
Inside a thought bubble, the girl wrote, "I feel this way because I can and you're not going to stop me!"
"If you could see the thought bubble, it would have been 'ruh-roh,' please sit back down.
Trump should reaffirm core Bush-Congress commitments to Israel and shelve his long-overdue ultimate deal indefinitely - due to the changed circumstances that have demonstrably arisen since his well-intentioned thought bubble in November 2016.
In one photo, where she looks up to the sky, Perrie wrote in a thought bubble "Wondering how long it will take Alex to get sick of taking photos."
In the snap, she can be seen looking up at a thought bubble which says "Hey Bhagwan utha le, mujhe nahi mere vazan ko utha le (oh Lord, please take, not me, take my weight).
There are 1.6 billion Muslims in the world today, yet when most people in the United States hear the word Muslim, terrorist is probably lurking in a thought bubble nearby.
The 2nd person's experience is imagined to appear in a thought bubble connected to his physical brain by a small series of additional bubbles.
Because stories bring people together - in person, as well as intellectually, emotionally, psychologically, spiritually, and socially - and enhance understanding, humans have an implicit yearning to sense what others are thinking, or 'get inside their thought bubble'.