Unlike literally (the term is constantly misused by morons) litreally means "in actuality, this really happened". Used when you reach a good/surprising part of the story and you want to stress that what you are saying REALLY happened (litREALLY, not literally).
John - "And then she litreally took off her top and jumped into the pool"

Amanda - "He litreally had a dick smaller than my thumb".
by swindlemelonzz September 23, 2011

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