no it actually means the buttox
Blue as the sky
A color metaphor is the association of a color with a certain emotion or feeling. EX: I'm feeling blue.
No, blue is not a flavor. Blue dyes are often used to color various flavors (usually blue raspberry, blueberry, or bubblegum) of things such as candy, snow cone syrups, drinks, etc., however blue itself is a color, not a flavor.
Blue makes us feel sad,and depressing sort of.
No, it is, blue jeans were.
Remember, a metaphor can only occur within the context of the statement. So if I said, "She leaned on her elbow as she slept", there is no metaphor, just a subject, verb, and object phrase.So ignore standard parts of speech in "The large woman simply turned around and kicked him right square in his blue-jeaned sitter." That means these are ignored: woman, turned / kicked, and all adjectives and adverbs. We're left basically with "blue-jeaned sitter". But what does that mean? Think about it. What would be inside blue jeans that could be called a "sitter"? The metaphor is made between buttocks as a "sitter".The metaphor could work too if it said " his blue-jeaned padding" but that is not as vivid as "sitter". Sitter also keeps with the overall tone and time (e.g. the period) of the writing.
Blue-jeaned sitter means kicked in the butt hope my answer helps!
In the story " thank you ma'am" it was blue suede shoes that compelled Roger to steal. Because he wanted those shoes and did not have money, it became a reason to initiate his desire to steal.
Because he wanted blue suede shoes
That means that he got kicked in the groin or the buttocks. "Sitter" can be slang for the buttocks, since that is where you sit.
That is definitely a metaphor :)
Eyes as blue as saphires
Blue as the sky
you are failour in fighting