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Funny story: Man Opened Dictionary On Very Rude Word

Man Opened Dictionary On Very Rude Word

A man who picked up an English/Khmer dictionary from a table, and randomly opened it, noticed a swear word at the top of the page that clean took his breath away. The unsavory incident happened at a school during break time, when the man saw the b...

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Funny story: Startling New Definitions In Dictionary Update

Startling New Definitions In Dictionary Update

The Oxford English Dictionary online has been updated to include some "Americanisms." Last year the quarterly publications included new words or terms such as "Selfing" and "OMG,." as in "OMG, I Am, Like, Literally Unfriending You." The new online update includes: Bullshit. n, adj. A term associated with such politicians as Sen. Ted Cruz of the state of Texas, who was both a brilliant und...

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Funny story: England Prepares For Scottish Independence

England Prepares For Scottish Independence

On Burns Night, 2012, the BBC broadcast to English viewers and listeners, Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond, reading poems by Robert Burns. Few will forget the chilling threat that followed this attack. 'Ah will continue tae reid th' poems ay Rabbie Burns at ye sassenachs,' vowed a visibly crazed Mr Salmond, 'until Scootlund achieves independence. Indeed,' he added, with wild eyes bulging...

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Funny story: Sociologists coin a new term: Tenager

Sociologists coin a new term: Tenager

Sociologists have coined a new term to describe the way that boys retreat into their own heads from the age of ten onwards. "We have noticed that boys appear to be moody and entering puberty much earlier these days," said sociologist Connie Fern.

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Funny story: Dictionary definition of 'religion' has changed in the latest edition

Dictionary definition of 'religion' has changed in the latest edition

The religions of the world are finally united thanks to a change in the definition of the word religion in the latest edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. The new definition reads: Religion (N): Any one of a set of delusional belief systems...

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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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