is not what happens after you've eaten too much spicy chili.

is a figure of speech in which a word, typically a verb or an adjective, is applied to two or more nouns without being repeated, but with a different, often figurative meaning for each.

Okay … that sounds way too nerdy.

The Rolling stones sang: “She blew my nose and then she blew my mind.”

Another example of :

He lost his coat and his temper,'

where the verb ‘lost' applies both to the literal coat and figuratively to his temper.

“The first spoke like . The last spoke… like a rusty bicycle wheel.”

Here, the verb “spoke” is used in two ways.

This witty use of language adds a clever twist. In parlance, it's pattern interrupt. Something is off. Your listeners will , , and try to decode the message and the meaning.