Of the sound bites, headlines, titles or slogans you've come across, which is most memorable?
:rofl: I remember running into that quote from Reagen, if that's what you're talking about. I decided to look up some Reagan quotes and there were some funny ones.We start bombing Moscow in five minutes
Haha. It's funny how that word has come to mean its exact opposite. Literally is now a gross exaggeration. In another 20 years I wouldn't be surprised to see two opposing definitions in the dictionary. Oops, nevermind. It already is.My nephew describing a blow-out baseball game: "We literally killed "em!"
actually; without exaggeration or inaccuracy
in effect; in substance; very nearly; virtually
I got a chuckle out of it.jimmysnyder said:Good swap.
How about:"The fact of the matter is"
I really am starting to hate that statement. It really means I'm stating my BS as fact. All you have to do is listen to CSPAN radio. Congressmen love catch phrases because there idiots. It's cliche to the max.
Here I go, I have not looked it up, but I have that entire statement ingrained in my memory because of a record that sampled the statement, put it to music, and it became a college hit:We start bombing Moscow in five minutes