@Aislinn_Mollisong1, you used the word "literally" incorrectly. Boom.
Literally is an adjective that means “actually, without exaggeration.” In best usage, it should only be used when you are speaking about something in an exact sense.
Figuratively is also an adjective, but its meaning is quite different from literally. Figuratively is defined as based on or making use of figures of speech; metaphorical. So while literally means free from any metaphor or allegory, figurative deals specifically with these kinds of figures of speech.
I find it very, very hard to believe that you "literally only look at this topic because every single post correcting someone has a mistake in it."
First, it would be "figuratively".
Second, there are corrections that don't need to be corrected on this topic. Look at this post:
I couldn't find a grammatical mistake in there. Could you?
Don't take this post the wrong way! I'm just doing my job as a Grammar Police!