(the origin of a word and the historical development of its meaning)
Though I don’t play, I love
to peruse lists of new Scrabble words
that have entered the game:
which make me smile, but then the mind twists over
which I should know because we use them all the time
typographical symbols used to replace words,
often swear words
embiggen (to increase in size), which makes sense
when you think about it
and the ones we’ve recently learned, not knowing we were
embracing new language:
and I love that
guac (the yummy green avocado glop)
has made it in
zedonk (a cross between a zebra and a donkey)
Jedi (at long last!)
And new abbreviations that I hear from young ones:
Here’s the sitch, one might say.
Let’s have a convo, about that, maybe a Zoomer?
To which I might add (as Scrabble has)
FUN! and FUNNER! Thanks, Jan!
Haha your po
This is so cool and I’m so glad to learn this new entomology. As Connie says FUN