Are You Happy Now? Oxford Dictionaries’ Word Of The Year Is A Damn Emoji

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I used to be raised to belief every part the dictionary advised me, however rattling. What goes on with the world? In the present day, BuzzFeed Oxford Dictionaries named its 2015 “Word Of The Year” and it’s not a phrase in any respect.

It’s the “tears of pleasure” emoji.


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Right here’s what the monsters dictionary needed to say:

That’s proper – for the primary time ever, the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is a pictograph: ?, formally referred to as the ‘Face with Tears of Pleasure’ emoji, although you might comprehend it by different names. There have been different robust contenders from a variety of fields, outlined under, however ? was chosen because the ‘phrase’ that best mirrored the ethos, temper, and preoccupations of 2015.

Complete Bull?.


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Source : TechCrunch