- use ‘said’ all the time because you’re not comfortable combining speech with adjectives and adverbs.
- never use ‘said’ because you’ve mastered adjectives and adverbs and now you’ve gone insane with purple prose power.
- go back to using ‘said’ nine times out of ten because you finally realised that clarity and simplicity trumps having a thesaurus wildly ejaculate all over your character’s speech.

Seriously, just use ‘said’ and treat speech adjectives and adverbs as a special occasion dealio. Anyone who feels that said should be a banned word is someone who has confused verbosity with readability. HTH!

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Q&A - This man will be the death of me, I swear.

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i mean i am just a simple senior detective but i don’t think this is a legitimate drivers license for the state of illinois

Ok sure we can go with your fancy-pants “logic,” but honestly I’m concerned that her SS# is ON HER DRIVER’S LICENSE. I mean cool what a great way to have her identity stolen. All they need is this ONE card… and that’s it! They have everything they need.

Believe it or not, socials used to be on driver’s licenses.

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It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) You must get discouraged because more people believe in Santa Claus than in you. Well, let’s face it; Santa Claus has had more publicity, but being #2, perhaps you try harder.

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Kim Novak in Bell, Book and Candle (1958)

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breakfast at tiffany's + favorite holly golightly lines

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A lot of different men will come on as day players or guest parts, and I recognize that there’s a certain strength that I have now, or a certain command that I have being one of the leads on the show that I hadn’t had before. Just owning that space and not being expected, as a woman, to shrink, or curtsy, or any of those sort of things.”

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