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|#44 - let it snow, let it snow, let it snow [+] (1 new reply)||11/01/2013 on hmmm||+4|
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|#7 - lit·er·al·ly /ˈlitərəlē/ Adverb 1. In a l… [+] (12 new replies)||09/22/2013 on Party time||+59|
#59 - anonymous poster (09/22/2013) [-]
So... literally, literally doesn't mean literally...?
#21 - anonymous poster (09/22/2013) [-]
Or you know, it's a figure of speech? I don't get why people don't understand that...
#76 - anonymous poster (09/22/2013) [-]
Its not though. People started saying "literally" to say that they weren't exaggerating.
Then retards like anon up their, who don't understand English, decided to use it in the opposite context of its meaning.
#153 - anonymous poster (09/23/2013) [-]
Language changes; deal with it.
I don't berate you for improperly using the word "bad", because it originally meant "awesome, good" with a strong positive connotation. The same happened with "awful". Today, these words tend to be used in the opposite sense.
The alleged "misuse" of the word 'literally' isn't even so bad since there is often a sense of irony involved. No literary sins committed. Now move on.
#126 - anonymous poster (09/22/2013) [-]
"up their" - English Master Anon