It’s a word that, in my opinion, is underused in the English language.
It’s as if by using a more passive word, like “sure,” we’re letting ourselves off the hook in whatever we’re agreeing to.
“Sure, I’ll throw a birthday party at my place.” How lame is that?! When you have my approval, I want you to know it, and you will!
So, absolutely, I will host a 21st birthday party at my place this time around.
Absolutely, I will clean up all the beer cans and odd table arrangements scattered around my apartment.
Absolutely, I will never eat sausage & pepperoni pizza in sketchy bar again, no matter how starving I am and no matter how much money nice older men contribute to our bar tab.
I absolutely love birthdays, and my wonderful friends who have them.
But I absolutely need a detox (again).
I’m absolutely hoping that next Sunday I will not, for once, have another 21st birthday party to attend.
I am absolutely hoping to feast on yogurt tomorrow morning.
I absolutely will forgive my roommate for devouring my leftover squid & octopus (though not without difficulty).
And I absolutely cannot wait for winter to be over.
Fill in the blank: I absolutely_________.
Make it weird! Teehee. Have a wonderful Tuesday!