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“We already destroy mother nature and the natural wonder of earth. Leave language out of it.”
By Kevin Alan Lamb

“I literally walked into a firestorm,” said my awesome manager Jen yesterday, regarding the heat she took from the same imbecile from Nintendo that simultaneously told me I was having both too much and not enough fun.

If you literally walked into a firestorm, you would be dead.

We see this more and more. Literally is used as point of over-emphasis, which completely contradicts its purpose. Learn a new word people. Variety is the spice of life. Death to literally.