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    If we want to point out where "like" was first used in the way we see it used now, as almost meaningless filler, the earliest known use of it in this way would be in Wales in the middle or so of the 1800s as a dialect peculiarity. It can be traced back further in a different form, and I believe another linguist went into detail about this in a post linked to by another reddit user here in this thread.

    As for how it shifted from such special usage in a particular area of the world to the widespread use we see today, there are lots of people who may cite early uses by famous figures - but they are fairly sparse and, in my opinion, not influential enough to have given it the push it needed to become so popular.

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