Sunday Comics: Misusing “Figuratively”

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Two weeks ago, I posted several comics that played on the common use and misuse of the word, “literally.” Here’s a slightly different take on it.

via 22 Words 

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  1. Dog Attack
    Dog Attack05-14-2013

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  2. CFloyd
    CFloyd03-07-2012

    I figuratively LOL’d. Well, I might have slightly chucked – because it wasn’t a full, audible chuckle. I definitely didn’t guffaw – which I relate to “Laugh Out Loud”. But definitely was a good LOTI – Laugh On The Inside. 🙂

    I thought there was going to be commentary after it – no? Making sure I’m not missing something. Did you comment on the Literally ones? I didn’t catch those. Is there a link in this post to that post? If there is i missed that too. 🙂 hehe. Aren’t I a great blog follower?

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