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The 13 Things I Feel When Chronic Illness Makes Me Cancel Plans

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Oh, the things we do with the English language, and being a creative with a degree in English, it often downright delights me.

Some of our current linguistic trends, carried by the cool kids, include saying “feels” rather than “feelings” and furthermore calling it a place.

That hit me in the feels. Us cool kids (yeah, I’ll go ahead and claim it) also like to tack “all the” in front of things in lieu of “many,” “much,” “a lot of,” etc.

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