We've all probably used mnemonic devices at some point in our lives. Whether it was "Every Good Boy Does Fine" and "FACE" in music class or "My Very Excited Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas" in science class (RIP, Pluto the No-Longer-Planet), tricks like these can make it much easier to remember important information.
A few days ago, a Facebook friend shared an entertaining post with something similar. In this case, the subject was logical fallacies, a common pitfall for writers (and politicians). I'm affectionately calling these "meme-monic" devices: https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=4407969522599369&id=332105856852443&sfnsn=mo
Enjoy, and don't fall prey to these in your writing!
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(Thanks to AbsolutVision for sharing their work on Unsplash.)