Tag Archive: literally misuse

nectar of life

And by “die” you mean “get the worst headache EVER until the next caffeine fix.”

they’re mm-mmm good!

What, they’re good enough to die for and I don’t even get a picture? I feel cheated.

rest at peace

I get the feeling that when people say things like “my phone literally died” that their parents did a horrible job explaining to them the death-concept when their goldfish, hermit crab, gerbil, etc. moved on.

Perhaps all of us parents ought to feel a terrible weight of responsibility on our shoulders in regards to this… or maybe we should just teach our kids good grammar. Learn ’em good. Learn ’em real good.

wasn’t there a movie about that?

Please stop using literature as an excuse to misuse the word “literally.” Please, I’m begging you.

if this is all i have to look forward to, i give up.

In the words of Jack Nicholson, “What if this is as good as it gets?”

uh oh

*stomps foot*

Who’s going to clean up this mess?!

conceptual surgery

My attitude needs an adjustment after reading this, but not (you guessed it!) literally.

dream high(er)

OK, kids! Remember how we told you that you could be anything when you grew up? Well, turns out astronauts, pilots and hot air balloons are OUT.


I say again– ?????

Here’s a conversation my husband and I had about it:

‘might’ is a strong word

I don’t even know what to say. I’m just going to keep laughing to myself and press ┬áthe “post” button.

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