That, my friend, is entirely correct. *pouring one out for my lost definition*Johnny Novgorod said:On the plus side this only applies to English as far as I know. Shame the language is a little more broken now though.chikusho said:The use of "freedom of speech" as something other than the right of not getting persecuted by the government for things you've said.
The word literally can now literally mean "a lot", or any other kind of exaggeration. It's called hyperbole. The word has multiple meanings now, and all that can be done is really to deal with it.Johnny Novgorod said:People using "literally" as a synonym for "really" or "a lot". It's maddening, and English isn't even my first language.