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A likely story..

October 28, 2011

Like it or not, the following sentence has ‘like’ used as a conjunction, noun, verb, preposition, adjective, adverb, and interjection.

It was like John was the centre of Mary’s world, a man the like of which she hadn’t seen before; she not only wanted him to like her, but also wanted to be like him, a desire that was difficult to fulfil as the two didn’t have like personalities, due to which her likes were often his dislikes and vice versa, and so wanting to be like him was more like impossible than difficult—Mary was, like, wasting her time you know.

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