When literally now literally means figuratively, I have lost all hope, haha.
I had no intention of responding, but I must say I find it amusing that you literally didn’t know how “literally” was defined, and literally received 8 likes for incorrectly challenging my use of “literally”. Btw, for clarification: have you “literally lost all hope”, or “figuratively lost all hope”? If you are unsure may I refer you to a dictionary such as the Merriam-Webster dictionary?
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This post literally gave me an aneurysm.
I am writing this from the hosptial.
Also; I don’t think you find this amusing at all, you sly fox you.
I have been waiting for this day for a long time. The next month will involve me setting up “literally” traps everywhere I can and waiting to drop this…
literally, i think the meaning of the word literally is very important. figuratively speaking.
Man, this is actually interesting but kind of disturbing. So if a majority of people continue to butcher you’re/your, it’s/its, then/than etc, do those words at some point become officially interchangeable? Always easiest to just lower the bar these days I guess, works for about everything.
Also every time I read the word literally, it’s in Parks and Rec’s Chris Traeger’s voice.
Where is James Cameron when you need him, literally.
Happens all the time sadly. Happened to peruse, happened to irregardless, etc.
It’s why I employ mockery. Easiest way to keep the meaning in our hearts.
Language is goofy though. I have been discombobulated before, but can’t even recall the last time I have been combobulated.
Do you know that there has been a murderer who posted and another who filmed his suicide on that forum? There are very troubled people on that forum.
Ugh, I’m glad this bothers someone else, too.
Common use of words might be ok for sheep, but I only conjugate with lions.
Likewise, I have been nonplussed many times, but I can’t recall ever being plussed.
This literally makes me want to scratch my brains out through my ears.
Only been there two years but never heard of such a thing. Wtf
“inflammable” made me cuss at my English teacher in Israel. No way a language could be so stupid as to have a word that meant completely opposite things.
Look up flammable if you really want to be impressed
I literally love the direction this thread has now taken
Literally just posted in the wrong thread, lol.
Flabbergasted. I disagree with that definition entirely.
I think it should mean being made to laugh so hard that you accidentally fart.
“Louie CK had me laughing so hard I flabbergasted.”.