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"Stakeholders are backpedaling on previous estimates and are now saying that the backlash against ‘literally’ will occur before the end of 2014. We’ll need all hands on deck once everything becomes ‘figuratively the best’ and people ‘figuratively can’t even.’"
— Cathy Lewpredicts trends that are poised for a comeback.
"‘Some sexy stuff,’ says pseudonym, not his/her real name because he/she is the writer’s friend on Facebook, a vague professional from a major city. ‘Less sexy but necessary follow-up to make the above sexy quote make sense.’"
— Rosemary Counterimagines the quintessential trend piece.
“After the Secretary of State John Kerry asserted that the United States was not at war, only to be contradicted later by the White House’s statement that it was, the White House spokesman Josh Earnest held a press conference to state that ‘no synonyms for war have been taken off the table.’”
“Speaking at the White House before this week’s NATO summit, a visibly furious Obama said that Putin’s new practice of letting his calls go straight to voice mail ‘hampers our ability to discuss the future of Ukraine and other important issues going forward.’”