Like Inarticulate

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Who is this Button for?

'Like' merchants who like over-use and misuse the word 'like' kind of like a bit too often for anyone who like values the English language.


Provocative Suggestions

Like what's wrong with like parroting the word like to like describe things?

You are like normal - like you know what I mean?


'Like' is a language condom.

(Rebecca Miller, from film Maggie's Plan)

I'll look to like, if looking liking move:

But no more deep will I endart mine eye

Than your consent gives strength to make it fly.

(Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet)

Words can not express how articulate I feel.

(George Lois, Damn Good Advice (for people with talent) )

Something to consider

There are over a million English words[2] so why always parrot this one?



  1. The word 'like' is so frequently used colloquially to describe objects and actions that it deserves to be included in all dictionaries as a non-qualifying adjective and non-modifying adverb.