The trees weighed many tons but were carried by the high winds like the feathers of small birds, five miles above ground. The trees fell vertically and took root again after the storm.
Hyperbole has found the most innovative use in tall tales. Hieronymus Carl Friedrich von Münchhausen was a German nobleman and a famous raconteur of tall tales. Here I edited from – The Baron relates an account of The astonishing effects of a storm.
- Trifextra: Fiery Hyperbole! (rarasaur.wordpress.com)