In today's breaking news, it's been announced that a load of new words have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary - and yeah, some of the inclusions might surprise you a fair bit.
Over 1000 new additions have officially been included in the OED's latest update, with a lot of the contributions being the kind of thing Shakespeare would be outraged by. Well, we assume so anyway. Maybe he'd be into it.
So, wanna see what words you can now use in your essays without your teacher saying "THAT'S NOT A REAL WORD, YOU DIV"? Well, we've selected some of our personal favourite's below. Behold.
Unusually prominent breasts on a man, typically as a result of excess fat.
An acronym meaning 'you only live once'.
Someone or something lacking taste, style, or originality; or the breaded and deep fried cheese appetiser.
A US colloquialism, associated especially with New York and New Jersey, reflecting an attempted regional pronunciation of the phrase 'forget about it' - used to indicate a suggested scenario is unlikely or undesirable.
Used when Pilates exercises are combined with the postures and breathing techniques of yoga.
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