Talk:always

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Look, I've tried to add a legitimate additional usage for this word. In common culture today, the word "always" is being used as an intimate form of "you're welcome." I've witnessed that amongst at least a few married couples.

What is the problem in adding this here?

You mean like any time? Ever seen it in print? Equinox 07:52, 10 April 2013 (UTC)

"any time" would be the interjection between friends. "always" would be the interjection between lovers or spouses.

Jacqueline Carrie, Imriel Trilogy series, relationship between Sidonie and Imriel.

May I have your permission to add it now?

I'll assume silence to be assent.

At best, that's one citation. You need three from independent, durably-archived sources (books by the same author, or references to the usage in those books by others, aren't generally independent). See WT:CFI Chuck Entz (talk) 03:39, 15 April 2013 (UTC)