Literally.

John Widdop is literally right.

“I think the misuse of the word ‘literally’ has to, with no exception, be my favourite fuck-up of the English language there is at the average idiot’s disposal.  For example, the girl was barking out the rest of her evenings plans to her friend, who was stood on one of the benches trying to warm her hands on the heaters by reaching as high as she could. The following key phrase was dropped:

“I don’t know how I’m going to fit everything in over Christmas, I’ve literally got my fingers in every pie”

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