I think I’ve been spending too much time on Instagram and Twitter following fashion and make up bloggers. I don’t know where the hell I picked these words up but they’re starting to creep their way into my vocab which isn’t ideal. 31 more words
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Change is coming. I saw it in the clouds yesterday. I felt it in my hurt foot just now. The visit with Che’ in Arizona is coming to an end. 1,758 more words
The Oxford English Dictionary announced Thursday that it has approved of more than 500 new entries, including fo’ shizzle, hot mess and twerk. Interestingly, researchers also discovered that the word “twerk”–described as dancing “in a sexually provocative manner, using thrusting movements of the bottom and hips while in a low, squatting stance”–is almost 200 years old and was first used as a noun to refer to a “twisting or jerking movement” back in 1820. 24 more words
BOSTON (CBS) — A derisive name for Bay Staters is now officially in the dictionary.
The Oxford English Dictionary has announced that ‘Masshole” is one of about 500 new words being added this year. 69 more words