GCSE English


Heard in a school computer room near you recently:

"And I was like, you must go to GCSE.com!
And he was like, oh my God!"

The word like has a number of meanings, one of which is in comparing things. In the speech above, the word is used wrongly. But then you probably already, like, knew that!

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