Hopefully at least one of us is using that word correctly.

Comments (59)
  1. I literally need to cleanse my mind. UGH.

  2. I literally have no idea who this is.

  3. I love how sometimes she misuses the word in a very clipped manner, hitting the “t” sound hard, as if she’s thinking, “Look how smart I sound!”

  4. I hate people pronounce it as “lit-tril-ly”. We ain’t in ENGLAND.

    (preps myself for downvotes)

  5. As an English major, I literally almost couldn’t make it to the end of that video. Watching her is the opposite of watching Neil Degrasse Tyson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQhNZENMG1o

  6. now i have to start pronouncing literally like this and saying it all the time. sorry, people around me today.

  7. I literally don’t have a good joke to share using literally.

  8. I like how the related posts for this post are of those Mel Gibson tapes. Literally.

  9. Hahaha from the buzzfeed comments:

  10. She literally is the perfect example of why I don’t watch self-congratulatory realty TV shows.

  11. I just got back from the park and this guy was eating some MnMs. When he finished the bag, he crumpled it in his fist and and tossed it on the ground. I was like, “Litter? Really?”

    Sorry.

  12. do you guys think these gap models are a little too skinny? the ones in these videogum ads

  13. the most surprising thing about this is that the usual “she’s pretty” comment hasn’t yet happened

  14. also, FASHION POLICE!

  15. Cool voice and inflection, grown woman!

  16. I thought it was literally impossible to misuse ‘literally’ so frequently. Perhaps she is serious? She actually does want to cut herself in half and has truthfully had to somehow provide a dress from her ass.

    Actually, that is a much more horrifying scenario. Nevermind.

  17. Ladies and Gentleman, Quinn Morgendorffer.

  18. “I once saw a forklift lift a crate of forks, and it was way to literal for me.” -Mitch Hedberg

  19. America Ferrera is literally the wurst.

  20. my boss at my freelance job literally says literally ALL the time. another person i know uses “per se” in almost every sentence she says.

    every time i hear those phrases, it makes me literally insane, per se.

  21. Honestly.
    Seriously.
    Literally.

  22. Holy smokes, calm down everyone, she is rather obviously invoking an old grizzled lighthouse keeper lovingly nicknamed “Littoral Lee.”

  23. Literally should no longer be used as a literall word.

  24. This combined with the Justin Bieber video has literally ruined my morning.

  25. You know how when you say a word over and over and over again, it starts to sound really strange and nonsensical? That’s “literally” how I felt after watching this video.

  26. The feeling I got when I watched the video is literally unapproachable.

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