Tag: video game
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On this week’s Word Watch, we have a full lexical lineup: euphemisms, neologisms, nomenclatures, and portmanteaux. Let’s get to it. Tender age shelter Outrage erupted this week at US President Donald Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy of separating families seeking asylum at the US-Mexico border. So, too, did semantic debate. Reports and photographs from Southern Texas […]more
It’s been a little over a year since Twitter user Pixelated Boat innocently posted a joke about the ephemeral and fickle nature of Internet fame, but the story of Milkshake Duck has now been retweeted over 10,000 times and spawned an entry in Urban Dictionary. And it’s a term that is on our radar, as […]more
During the days where the arcades were thriving businesses, there were some very obvious patterns to how gaming words appeared. Most words would either define a piece of hardware, or describe the genre of the game. Once gaming branched into the online world, a whole new way of playing video games emerged. With this came […]more