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(Slate)   "You shouldn't be reacting to words like 'irregardless;' they're perfectly cromulent." STOP TRIGGERING ME, SLATE   (slate.com) divider line
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2021-05-12 7:08:46 AM  
Irregardlessly expresso
 
2021-05-12 7:11:41 AM  
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2021-05-12 7:53:39 AM  
"You shouldn't of been..." would of been more cromulent
 
2021-05-12 8:00:14 AM  
Meh, it gives certain personality types a raison d'être.
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2021-05-12 8:04:48 AM  
meh, I could care less
 
2021-05-12 8:06:08 AM  
Literally the worst argument ever.

/i keed
 
2021-05-12 8:22:11 AM  
For all intensive purposes, it doesn't really matter.
 
2021-05-12 8:25:18 AM  
Not reacting to a word seems like I should pretend the word wasn't said at all
 
2021-05-12 8:54:29 AM  
Their write, ewe no.
 
2021-05-12 9:48:21 AM  
With every thing else going on right now, it's literally a mute point.
 
2021-05-12 9:48:55 AM  
What are we posta do?
 
2021-05-12 12:00:34 PM  
My favorite are the ones who get outraged at the use of "literally", and then mischaracterize it as being incorrectly used to mean "figuratively". It's not - it's being used to mean "extremely", and is a perfectly cromulent use of hyperbole.
 
2021-05-12 1:41:52 PM  

Theaetetus: My favorite are the ones who get outraged at the use of "literally", and then mischaracterize it as being incorrectly used to mean "figuratively". It's not - it's being used to mean "extremely", and is a perfectly cromulent use of hyperbole.


You seem awfully lazy with words for a law talking person
 
2021-05-12 2:51:33 PM  
Or as my late FIL "corrected" a younger colleague who was driving him nuts with constant "irregardless"es, "It's 'disirregardless'!".

/Thanks Jim
 
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