Stayed up till 1AM writing an essay
Only she told him that she loved him. She only told him that she loved him. She told only him that she loved him. She told him only that she loved him. She told him that only she loved him. She told him that she only loved him. She told him that she loved only him. She told him that she loved him only. Yeah, that's right. I did it.
@Raaach, Thank you, thank you. I try.
@OneHellOfAButler, you da real MVP
@OneHellOfAButler, Only she told him that she loved him.
@Rhyzel , That was the first one I said, yes.
@OneHellOfAButler, all the only's line up on my screen which is so satisfying to look at
@That white girl, *hands on the face guy*
@OneHellOfAButler, ✨🙌✨ so perfect
@QueenOfBees, she is, isn't she?
@OneHellOfAButler, pshh I done that in my head before. 😝 I've missed you darling!
@OneHellOfAButler, im more impressed that this wraps perfectly so the word only is the first word of every line.
@Murderin Mike, I missed you as well, my dear! *grabs you by the collar and kisses you passionately* But I'm afraid I cannot stay! Goodbye my love! Until we meet again!
@OneHellOfAButler, I've missed you more 😊 goodbye love!
@OneHellOfAButler, you are, indeed, one HELL of a butler. D:
She told him the she loONLYved him. Am I doing it right?
@SublimeLime, you're one of the special one. You deserve better than the rest of them. Tomorrow, don't take the regular bus to school. We've ordered a different bus to pick you up. It's smaller and shorter, but it'll only take "special" people.
Place the word "Fvcking" anywhere on that sentence
@MrWonka, not an adverb, doesn't work.
@Sybil Reisz, WRONG SIR
@MrWonka, "she tolf him that she loved fvcking him" is my fav XD
@MrWonka, she told fvking him that she loved him.
She only told only him only that only she only loved only him only. Yep makes sense
@Spikeup12, dammit you stole my idea
The word Only is acting as a parenthetical adverb, which means it's a non-essential descriptive word, and parenthetical adverbs can be moved anywhere in a sentence. I think. I'm taking a grammar class.
You can place it anywhere in the sentence... It will still make sense.... My head... URG
She told him she loved only him
Only she only told only him only that only she only loved only him only . Only
If you put it aftet the period its wrong
I get a boner
I'm from the Philly area and just realized everyone in the US doesn't pronounce water like wooder.
@HippoXcrment, Philly and Pittsburgh have their own languages xD
I don't get it
@The Tower Of Pimps, English language allows that you to put the word "only" after any word in the sentence and it would still be a valid sentence
@The Anime Man, so...? Why are the tumblr people freaking out about it?
@The Tower Of Pimps, it makes it sound like she does not mean it / is cheating
@kc9pop, she told him only that she loved him. Doesn't necessarily sound that wat
@The Anime Man, not only can it go anywhere, but almost every location expresses a slight difference in meaning.
@The Tower Of Pimps, none of the ways sound like cheating in all honesty. @The Anime Man was most accurate.
@The Tower Of Pimps, that's why I also added the does not mean it/.... But about 90% make it that way
@The Tower Of Pimps, tumblr freaks out about everything. trust me, I use tumblr every day
Y'all need to thin outside of the box...
"She told him that she loved him only" is incorrect.
She told him that she loved him "only"
I choose to place it on TOP of the sentence like a title!
I like how this gently alternates from a loving compliment to a depressing insult as you move through the sentence.
She told him that she only loved him
She told only him that she loved him
*sees this after he is dumped by his girl* "ughh"
Only, she told him that she loved him
I would rather put the word IN the sentence. Putting it ON it seems weird.