The English language is very fluid. So much so that the Oxford Dictionary Online has added several words that were already words, just shorter.
Most of the ‘buzzworthy’ words are just derived from words we already used, but with a few missing letters that make it more hip.
The informal uses of the words apologize and congratulations has been made into ‘apols’ and “congrats”, while father-in-law and long distance relationship have been shortened to FIL and LDR.
Delicious guacamole is simply ‘guac’ which could make people want to take a selfie of their vomit, or ‘vom’. All of which are words on the website.
But if people don’t want to take these words srsly, they can unlike the Oxford page from their Facebook pages with their phablet, or smartphone tablet. And they can pay for it in bitcoins if they want.
None of the words are in the official Oxford English Dictionary. They’re more for people who have a FOMO, or fear of missing out, on the latest and greatest internet vocabulary.
Past words that have made it into the catalog include ‘woot’, ‘chatbot’ and ‘ridic’.