‘Size queen’ and ‘butt plug’ added to Oxford English Dictionary
The Oxford English Dictionary has added a load of new words, which include some sexy additions like “butt plug” and “size queen”.
As well as the new additions, the dictionary also added “budgie smugglers”, “big-arsed” and “soy milk”.
The full list of new additions includes the modern acronyms you’d expect like CBA (can’t be arsed), FFS (for f*ck’s sake) and TBH (to be honest).
Check out the full list below:
Ankle-slapper (a small wave)
Bot herder (a hacker who identifies computers vulnerable to takeover, to become ‘bots’)
BRB (be right back)
CamelCase (WordsWrittenLikeThis – going up and down like a camel’s humps)
carpet shampoo (no sinister meaning behind this, behave)
CBA (can’t be arsed)
FFS (for f*ck’s sake)
FWIW (for what it’s worth)
glamping (glamourous camping, e.g. in a yurt)
ICYMI (in case you missed it)
IDC (I don’t care)
K-pop (Korean pop music)
krump (a form of street dance)
leetspeak (an informal internet language where letters are often replaced by numbers)
listicle (an article in the form of a list)
pwn (a ‘leetspeak’ term for ‘own’, or get the better of)
Size queen (a person who prefers large penises)
solar farm (an area of land with lots of solar panels set up to generate electricity)
stalkerish (adjective for displaying stalking behaviour)
supercouple (a popular, famous ‘perfect’ couple)
TBH (to be honest)
tl;dr (too long, didn’t read)
trout pout (swollen lips after cosmetic injections)
vampire squid (a deep sea animal)
wild swimming (swimming in natural water such as rivers or lakes)
Yazidism (an ancient religion with origins in Iraq and Syria)
The title Mx and the term “manspreading” were added later in 2015.
Back in 2013, the leading authority on the English language said it would change the definition of the word ‘marriage’ to keep in line with the passing of same-sex marriage act in England and Wales.
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