Re: Things people say that irritate you
Originally Posted by kaldaniels
That meaning of the word "literally" is now an accepted form as far as Merriam Webster is concerned.
So it is in-bounds for the "new reporters" you speak of to use it in that way. (I would argue that as long as the audience knows you don't truly mean it to be actually true, you are ok) i.e. not a person in the world thought the reporter really meant there were ghosts flying around.
New Orleans? Are you sure?
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