[INFO] Facebook Likes Aren’t so Useless After All

I stumbled upon a random “LIKE” on Facebook, and it absolutely helps. I never noticed I’ve been grammatically incorrect this whole time. (Shame! To think my ultimate pet peeve is horrible grammar, I can’t even distinguish good from bad.)

So here’s what I learned today, it’s really useful. I’m posting this to remind myself to not use them.


Commonly used phrases we say, but never realise they cancel each other out:
1 Clearly misunderstood
2 Exact Estimate
3 Small Crowd
4 Act Naturally
5 Found Missing
6 Fully Empty
7 Pretty ugly
8  Seriously funny
9 Only choice
10 Original copies



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