I don't see why I should get applause for attaching a label of "supporter" to myself. Nobody gets any applause or cheers for living in a black body -- often times they get violence instead. So why am I always getting all the credit, just for showing up?
"On fleek"? These professors can't even, but they do feel bad for everyone being on top of someone named "Fleek." Lehigh
Are the words "basic," "on fleek" and "ya$$$" part of your daily vocabulary? If so, the cast of "Insurgent" probably has
To put it a different way: "Dang these kids today." Anyway, as usual the comments from people proposing words for the banished list were pretty amusing at times.
If you had plans to spend next year calling your boo bae, describing the chilly weather as a polar vortex or talking up your
2015 is upon us and you don't want to be left behind when it comes to the cool new ~* sLaNg *~. You also don't want to be
Between "basic b-tch" and "normcore" and "can't even," keeping track of the words the kids are using can be hard. This video
Ex. “Hi Grandma! School’s been great, but OAN we’re getting a puppy!” Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified
Some words belong on the Internet and on the Internet alone. They lose their power when they leave the screen. Perhaps, in
From the top students down to the novices, they moved with stylistic unity, confidence and clarity.