I don’t know if you use dictionary.com for anything, but I sometimes use its thesaurus – the last time that I did, I noticed that there were some newer definitions on the site that I had not previously noticed.
These new definitions come from the site’s Slang & Meme dictionaries, which seem to have been created to compete with urbandictionary.com and knowyourmeme.com which have long been popular resources for finding the definitions of some of the world’s more creative and newer terms.
The thing that I find most interesting about some of the “definitions” in the new dictionaries is that they are meant to explain what are often offensive terms using non-offensive language and that the “definitions” are incredibly biased and/or slanted. That being the case, they add a little caveat to kind of cover that base:
They use a lot of images in their definitions, including attributions for those images, but not direct links, I guess because they are scared or something.
Anyway, here are ten that made me chuckle:
You knew it was coming if you read the above image.
9. blue waffle
Don’t click that link! You should just go a google image search for it instead!
Here is a mirror for you to look into:
I mean, they can write whatever they want, but most of the time this is what you are going to get with that word:
Okay, I admit, they got this one dead on the money.
5. dank meme
This one is absolutely wrong; source:
Too much focus on a small aspect.
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There is a lot missing in my opinion.
1. ok boomer
Strictly number one because I know it will bother someone.
I hope you hated this list!