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Thread: jamie redknapp's best misuse's of the word "literally"

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    jamie redknapp's best misuse's of the word "literally"


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    -“The crowd behind the goal are literally going insane.”

    -“He had to cut back inside onto his left, because he literally hasn’t got a right foot”

    -‘He’s literally turned him inside out.’

    -“This new ball is going quicker than ever - it literally explodes off the player’s foot.”

    -“That cross to Rooney was literally on a plate”

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    I would literally smash it.

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    Do you perchance listen to the guardian football weekly podcast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acker79 View Post
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    Do you perchance listen to the guardian football weekly podcast?
    rumbled

    yes- i'm LITERALLY listening to it now

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    metaphorically speaking that could be bollocks!
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    It might be litorally a load of cockles

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    How about the op's best misuses of the apostrophe in thread titles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by turienzo's lovechild View Post
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    -“The crowd behind the goal are literally going insane.”

    -“He had to cut back inside onto his left, because he literally hasn’t got a right foot”

    -‘He’s literally turned him inside out.’

    -“This new ball is going quicker than ever - it literally explodes off the player’s foot.”

    -“That cross to Rooney was literally on a plate”

    lol theyre great, i literally wet myself whilst reading them

    I also like when commentators say things like....and the referees blown up!
    BHA is rising...like a phoenix from the flames!

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    Is he definitely misusing the word?
    You are the result of 4 billion years of evolutionary success. Act like it.

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    Im literally laughing my arse off.

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    The other day he described a player- possibly Aguero- as "literally floating above the pitch".

    He and his old man are a disgrace to the English language.
    The lady has foolishly attempted to join the conversation with a wild and dangerous opinion of her own. What half-baked drivel! See how the men look at her with utter contempt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edna krabappel View Post
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    He and his old man are a disgrace to the English language.
    Not sure why but that's the funniest sentence I've seen on NSC for a long time!

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    My fav was pardew and he got in trouble about rape.

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    Last week he referred to a team being "passed to death, literally."
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