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Funny story: Emoticons become English

Emoticons become English

The Oxford English dictionary has made the remarkable step of allowing some so-called emoticons into the dictionary complete with full definitions. Emoticons are the punctuation marks that display emotional responses, such as the traditional smile...
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Funny story: McDonalds Miss The Point of Oxford English Dictionary

McDonalds Miss The Point of Oxford English Dictionary

Food chain MacDonalds have today completely missed the point of the Oxford English Dictionary. A dictionary defines the use of words in English, a point which senior executives have simply failed to grasp.
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Funny story: Oxford Dictionary Officially Changes Alphabetical Order to Put "U" and "I" Together

Oxford Dictionary Officially Changes Alphabetical Order to Put "U" and "I" Together

Oxford, England - Look at you being all foxy, all by yourself at the end of the bar you foxilicious baby doll you. Can I buy you a drink? Have you heard the latest news?...
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Kelly Carlin Revises George Carlin's List of Words You Can't Say on TV

George Carlin's only daughter, Kelly Carlin, has updated her father's famous list of the "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television".
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