IT IS NOW GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT ACCORDING TO OXFORD DICTIONARY TO SAY WORDS LIKE "YAS" AND "BIATCH"
Because the internet is an entirely different world, I always thought it deserved an official dictionary or you know at least a handbook that can be given to a new user or way older person who is not knowledgeable about the system of operation. So when I saw that popular social media slangs have been added to the online Oxford dictionary, I was like yas!
See some of the words added to the dictionary below:
Although it was only added today, the word was actually originated from the 1980s. It is often used with "Yas" and is a word used in a happy moment for say when your friend does something you think is cool, so you go "yas biatch"
Congratulation! if you have a cool and good looking squad. It is a viral hashtag and caption used when you upload a picture with all of your friends and "slay"
First of all, if you don't drink no one thinks you are cool. Ever texting while drunk and wake up wondering who sent that; thank to Oxford!, we can define our most embarrassing moments in proper, academic terms.
I honestly can't believe I get to say "yas" and not get eyes rolled at me, it is now a word recognized by the dictionary!
The website oxforddictionaries.com contains a wholesome record of all words in common use unlike the other popularly used dictrionaries; so the move to add new words, to mention others asides those above, are;
clicktivism (noun): Actions performed via the Internet in support of a political or social cause but regarded as requiring little time or involvement, for example signing an online petition or joining a campaign group on social media.
drop bear (noun): A mythical marsupial resembling a koala, said to live in trees and attack people by dropping on to their heads from above.
drunk text (noun): A text message sent while drunk, typically one that is embarrassing or foolish.
femslash (noun): A genre of fiction, chiefly published online, in which female characters who appear together in film, television, or other popular media are portrayed as having a sexual relationship.
freecycle (verb): Give away (something used or unwanted), as opposed to selling it or throwing it away, especially in an arrangement made via the Internet.
frita (noun): (in Cuban cuisine) a sandwich consisting of a fried cake of seasoned pork and beef that is topped with very thinly cut chips and served in a roll.
herd mentality (noun): The tendency for people's behaviour or beliefs to conform to those of the group to which they belong.
jelly (adjective): Jealous/ envious
meet-cute( noun): (in a film or television program) an amusing or charming first encounter between two characters that leads to the development of a romantic relationship between them.
otherkin (adjective): Denoting or relating to people who identify as non-human.
sausage party (noun): An event or group in which the majority of participants are male.
smishing (noun): The fraudulent practice of sending text messages purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords or credit card numbers.
third gender (noun): A category of people who do not identify as male or female, but rather as neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.
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