One viewer tweeted: "Literally
hoping Anton doesn't mean literally
Moreover, we can also ask whether the indwelling of the Spirit literally
capacitated them to speak in various languages previously unfamiliar to them.
These days, literally
is often used as a crutch word, and arrived on the scene as such around the time young people started saying 'like' unecessarily.
But if you take the bad tempered Old Testament law book literally
, kids would also be executed for swearing at parents and we'd face damnation for eating prawn sandwiches.
Bridgestone UK managing director Robin Shaw explained the move: "There are literally
millions of tyres on our roads which are illegal and pose a danger to other motorists' lives.
22 April 2016 - US-based ad tech and digital content company Literally
Media has acquired Israeli humour brand Cheezburger, the company said.
I think it made them arrogant, they were literally
unassailable, they could literally
do what they wished and they literally
'ISIS ARE LITERALLY
THE WORST': UBERPOOLING WITH UBERMILLENNIALS IN NEW YORK CITY A ride on UberPool took this blogger on a trip with Millennials grossed out by Daesh.
Scott Walker to stop playing one of their songs, saying on Twitter that ''We literally
Redfoo has caused massive outrage when he released his song "Literally
I Can't" earlier this month.
Synopsis: Three in four Americans consider the Bible to be God's word, with 28% saying it should be taken literally
and 47% saying it is open to interpretation.
The MP told the House of Commons: "When the new homes bonus policy came in, Gateshead literally
did not know what to do with its new homes bonus.
LAUGHING could have you in stitches - literally
- according to new research from Birmingham academics.
Summary: It was a gift from the heavens, literally
. Nokia Middle East launched its anticipated smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 1020, with a sensational marketing gimmick on Tuesday that saw its vice-president Tom Farrell skydive down at The Palm Jumeirah with the sleek model attached to his helmet.
Not long ago we mocked Nick Clegg for describing voters who "literally
live in another galaxy".