can't believe you snogged him, Susan", a young student might say in between mouthfuls of avocado toast.
James Urbaniak (@JamesUrbaniak) tweeted, "He literally
Like the time Barca were described as literally
passing a team to death by the former Liverpool spice boy and some Champions League stroll in the park or other by Xavi, Iniesta and all their cronies.
Who today takes literally
the writings of the Bible that say: "God makes the clouds his chariot" or "let the hills sing out for joy" or "let the floods clap their hands?
feeling like dancing," I replied, "is not literally
I'm sure if they tooK things literally
from history, then instead of free healthy school meals, children from low income bacKgrounds would be eating caKe, and they would probably, liKe in 1 Corinthians 13, put their childish ways behind them and read their order papers instead of waving them in the air
FASHION GURU: Taking things literally
, that's our Gok
Gallup reports that the majority of those "who don't believe that the Bible is literally
true believe that it is the inspired word of God but that not everything it in should be taken literally
Other buildings have literally
hundreds of window air conditioners that represent the main method in which the building may be cooled and ventilated.
As I told one blogger, I literally
dashed that thing off at 7:00 a.
Not in an offensive construct, but in a perimeter security and basically just a stability construct to go forward literally
on a moment's notice in support of disaster relief, in support of humanitarian activities to be put in place within hours up and running again within hours.
Anytime we brought someone in the office to meet the President, because he had a zero gift of gab, you literally
had to have a few sentences, buzzwords, thoughts, so he could start a conversation with this person.