I literally just made this thread!

omg literally

I literally cracked a rib the other day and am sore and grumpy as a result.

omg i literally don’t care

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I’ve been leaning into using literally a lot lately.

Let that sink in.

I try to leverage literally

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I might reply to this later, figuratively.

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I am extremely here for dying on the hill of leaning into literally.

A good “bit” for a modern sketch show or improv troupe might be a character who thinks when kids say “It’s lit” that they mean “It’s literally” and then gets confused about it

Copied shamelessly from the Guardian:

“That cross to Rooney was literally on a plate” (Jamie Redknapp)
“Barca literally passed Arsenal to death” (Jamie Redknapp)
“he had to cut back inside on to his left, because he literally hasn’t got a right foot” (Jamie Redknapp).

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Literally is literally in my gift.

I’m struggling to see this as being anything other than literally awful, but then again I am a horrendously negative person.

I’ll be honest, I think I’d literally change channel if I saw a thing like that on telly

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Might work on a radio four tea time comedy show with Milton Jones.

And by “work” I mean - “be terrible”.

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Omg I am speculatively screaming at this thread

Quote from my sixth form English teacher, discussing Sons and Lovers:

“And when the miners got off work at the end of the day, they were literally buggered”.

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Like oh my god.