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New York bar bans customers who say ‘literally’




New York bar bans customers who say ‘literally’

A  bar famous for selling five shots “of anything” for $10, has decided to take a bold stand against the word “literally,” of all things. According to a sign posted in the bar’s window, the staff will boot anybody who uses the word “literally” from the premises, on the grounds that it is “annoying” and they just won’t tolerate ungrammatical language in the dive bar.

Continental has occupied its famous space near St. Marks’ Place for 27 years.More recently,Continental has filed for bankruptcy twice and is scheduled to close for good on June 30, 2018.

According to NY Daily Newsmcustomers who say the word “literally” inside Continental will be given five minutes to finish their drink, and then they must go. A customer who begins a sentence with “I literally,” will be required to leave immediately.

“This is the most overused, annoying word in the English language and we will not tolerate it,” the note reads. “Stop Kardashianism now!”

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