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#29 - meganinja (02/02/2013) [-]
But literally is used to mean that what you're saying is EXACTLY what happened.
"I have butterflies in my stomach" means that somebody is anxious, where "I literally have butterflies in my stomach" means that he has fucking butterflies flying around in his stomach and needs to see a doctor.
#28 - ctsasquatch (02/02/2013) [-]
No. No it's not. Not even a little bit. Putting the word "literally" in makes it the *opposite* of a figure of speech. That's why we have the word literally, so that you know the person is not exaggerating.
Guy says he had butterflies in stomach: figure of speech; he's nervous.
Guy says he LITERALLY had butterflies in stomach: dude ate some bugs.
That's just how the English language works, friend.