Do your children use the word "literally" in just about every sentence.  My 30-year-old son doesn't but my 24-year-old daughter certainly does.  Every generation finds a word to hang it's hat on I guess.  "Cool", "Groovy", "Far-Out", "Dope", a new one is "Clutch" and of course the dreaded "Literally".  The problem arises when a generation becomes dependent on a particular word or phrase, overusing them.  Grammar crutches is the way I describe it.  The phrase, "No Problem" is one I currently can't stand.  A bar in New York is so fed up with people using the word "literally" that it will throw out any customer who says it.

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The bar is called "Continental".  It's in the East Village of New York.  If they catch you using the word "literally", you'll have 5 minutes to finish your drink, then you have to leave.  They are SICK of people overusing the word "literally" in their bar.  And get this, if you start off a sentence with the word, "literally", you're asked to leave immediately.

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The Continental Bar is located at 25 3rd Avenue St. Marks & 3rd Avenue in New York.  The web site is www.continentalnyc.com.