The Inefficiency of Words.
Robert Cormack
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It makes me shiver in anger when people use “literally” and “obviously” when things are neither “literal” or obvious.

It happens a lot in poor speaking and then transfers into poor writing.

“I, like, literally was like, obviously thinking, at the end of the day, you know….”

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