It’s fine to like like, but not it’s not like literally fine

Today, I literally heard people say the word “like” too often and in response I figuratively yelled, “Stop it” because I disliked it so much.

Like is magical word that can be a preposition, conjunction, noun, adjective or adverb. It is not, however, just a fill in word to be thrown in anywhere in a sentence for no apparent reason.

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If you give a Nick a dripping sink…

The true story of a day spent working on a bathroom sink, as told in the style of the great book, “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.”

If you give a Nick a dripping bathroom sink, he’ll ignore it for a while hoping that the drip will just go away.

When the drip doesn’t go away, he will eventually go the sink and take a few things apart to try to figure out what’s wrong.

When he takes the sink apart, he won’t be able to figure out what’s wrong, so he’ll put it back together.

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