|Above: Ox4rd's wrd/yr. 2k15.|
Look, I realize that the language is constantly evolving and that one of the strengths of English is that it can easily incorporate new words and shades of meaning and that's awesome. It's a linguistic Voltron, and that's one of its strengths.
1. A giant robot knight comprised of five smaller robots who are also lions.
2. A combination of (usually disparate or separate) objects, ideas or people
that, in unison, become greater than the sum of their parts.
|Pictured: what brunch tasted like.|
|"The line must be drawn here!"|
-Jean-Luc Picard, possibly
taking about something else
That said, shouldn't the word of the year, like the official, recognized best word of 2015 be, I don't know, a fucking word?
|Seriously, there's like hundreds of thousands, possibly a million words |
in the English language. Pick one. Any one. As long as it's a sound or
series of sounds which, when spoken, carry a meaning, we'll be good.