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Except it was probably used correctly every single time because like serves a ton of different (and equally valid) functions.
my name is sean and i'm a gradumate student in langnastics,
with degrees in langnastics and psychosthenics.
i specialize in the relationship between language (phonology, morphology, syntax & semantics) and thought (perception, attention, memory & executive functions).