The career of Nicole Scherzinger might soon be over as the merging of two words together to make just one has now been made universally illegal.
People creating words such as 'fabtastic', 'amazeballs' or ''grimp' (talented gimp) has led to governments across the globe taking a tougher stance on interconnecting words to preserve the English language. The first casualty of this new law is believed to be a new up-start charity in London England.
Fanuary, a charity in which females raise money through shaving off all of their pubic hair on January 1st and leaving it to grow for the entire month, is currently trying to fight the British government because their name apparently breaks the new law. Fanuary was told to change its name or risk being blocked from becoming a registered charity, and to avoid criminal charges, as it was supposedly "b***ardising" the English language. Fanuary have filed a complaint based upon hypocrisy, stating that the government in England "regularly b***ardise the meaning of the words 'freedom', 'democracy' and 'equality' and should therefore be allowed to keep their ingenious name. The British government are yet to comment on this matter but countries worldwide are believed to be backing the silent country.