Mar 28, 2011

LMAO NEWS: OMG! WAGs! Added To Oxford English Dictionary! LOL!



WAG: Surprisingly, this has been added to the dictionary, probably due to the fact that Oxford comes from UK and the press uses them as much as LOL!
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The online abbreviations like LOL, OMG, BFF, TMI and IMHO (and WAGs!!!) are now part of the official English language. The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) Online has updated the dictionary in March 2011 and it is interesting to see how the online culture can change how we communicate nowadays. The power of social media?

Perhaps, one day, "ching chong" and "ling long" will be in the dictionary :D What's the two terms? Check out the video. It's a good video response to Alexandra Wallace's vlog (what's the vlog about? Check it out here.).


5 feedbacks:

Glo-w~* said...

OMG does that mean I can use in essays?! lols...

Ben Tech said...

@glow: haha! it would be god though!

maro^gal said...

hahha really LOLs now.....
glow: show the dictionary to lecturer if they questioned you... hahaha

Ronaldmohoni said...

hahaha.... lol...

jamiey writes said...

OMG LOL! Oxford doesn't want to be left offline haha :D

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