Literally and Figuratively – OR – Two Words, Two Meanings

Literally: truly, actually, exactly. Figuratively: metaphorically, not actually. I'm getting severely concerned that "figuratively" will soon cease to exist because of society's obsession with dramatizing and embellishing sentences, thoughts, and stories. I'm not so much concerned with individuals' not understanding the difference between the two words at the beginning of this post; based on my experiences … Continue reading Literally and Figuratively – OR – Two Words, Two Meanings

Punctuation: The Difference Between…

Let's eat grandma! Let's eat, grandma! We're going to cut and paste, kids. We're going to cut and paste kids. Were going to cut and paste kids. Your shit. You're shit. (Your, You're; They're, Their, There) I like eating my family and my dog. I like eating, my family, and my dog. We met the … Continue reading Punctuation: The Difference Between…