#Literally


#1

#Literally, a new game

  1. Use “literally” liberally
  2. Correctly, or incorrectly.
  • You’ll literally explode with laughter when you see people react to using it the wrong way
  1. PROFIT!!!

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#2

Literally, who’s holding my drink?

I’m literally thirsty.


#3


#4

Literally nobody is looking at this thread – post far and wee, my children!


#5

I figuratively can’t even today.


#6

You want us to literally wee?


#7

And…I’m literally out.


#8

Literally, another game?
@OtherMichael is literally a rule Nazi
I think that I just failed


#9

It’s, like, so hot out right now. I’m literally done with it.


#10

I literally literately read literature about literation. Now I’m literally literati with alliteration.


#11

I literally love everything about this literally awesome gif.


#12

This is literally a Nazi rule:


#13

I literally spent hours making a comic strip about my hands’ failure to be conductors for a one-off joke.


#14

I literally need to read this or my hands will be failures.


#15

We literally can’t have that on our hands. :laughing:


#16

I literally could not think of a single witty retort to this post all day.

You guys make it hard to keep up, sometimes.

:slight_smile:


#17

You are literally just as smart as the rest of us, who are literal yahoos!


#18

I agree, but ‘creative spontaneity’ is more what I meant. Sometimes my mom brain neurons are not firing as efficiently as they could.

:wink:

I do know that I am literally as silly as any of the other mutants.


#19

I tried to think of a SFW response to this, but I couldn’t drag mind my out of the gutter. Cliterally.


#20

Literally, when I see the word littoral in a book, meaning this:

I write in a c in front of it. Because I’m literally a bad person!