After reading this, the title of this will be funny. Very. Super. Bad. I love you very much. I am super tired. I want that car badly. Lately I've been noticing a number of words which, in context, have no/little meaning. I love you much. That means There is a quantifable amount of Love I have for you. Why add the word 'very'? It doesn't change the root-meaning of the thought - which boils down further to 'I love you.'. Other thoughts which have been bouncing around my mind: I don't think I can. I think I cannot. I've been changing how I express myself, removing all the 'I don't think' phrases. From "I don't think Democrats would be good for this country" To: "I think democrats would be bad for this country" which is correct? No idea - I'm thinking the second is 'more-correct'. Thoughts? cares? Full-Face helmet arguments? War in North Korea comments?