when did we replace the word “said” with “was like”
When it occured to us that “said” implies a direct quote, while “was like” clarifies that you mean to communicate the person’s tone and general point without quoting them word for word.
“Yes — yes, good point, Petunia! What were you doing under our window, boy?”
“Listening to the news,” said Harry in a resigned voice.
His aunt and uncle exchanged looks of outrage.
“Listening to the news! Again?”
“Well, it changes every day, you see,” said Harry.
1 sqft of bun
Fun fact: a group of bunnies is called a fluffle.
1 SQFT OF FLUFFLE
It’s not actually called a fluffle; you people will believe any shit.
Did you know that “gullible” isn’t even in the dictionary?
life of an artist
And it’s so high up here
And the stars so clear
Are they close enough?
Will they hear me bark from here?
Ferrets playing inside a box of packing