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Chat Speak Rules the Oxford Dictionary

Written on September 22, 2010 by R. Depp

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Flip through the new copy of Oxford American Dictionary and read some of the common Internet-inspired words. WTF.

Do you experience mixing up your online jargon with written word? #yes?

Good thing is that the Oxford American Dictionary has added several words which was created out of the Internet lingo.

Try to browse the pages of the new edition of the Oxford dictionary and don’t be surprised to see words such as:

• BFF: Best friend forever
• Defriend: Stop being someone’s friend, a la Facebook
• Hashtag: Using the pound sign (#) to create a keyword, a la Twitter

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