“No, where are you really from?”
Remember: “Only the hard come in the garden”.
The meaning of “nonplussed”? The pronunciation of “GIF”? Pedants unite: the definitive vote is here.
Ever wonder where your favorite slang words came from? Spoiler alert: black people.
It’s about the experience, not fame.
Go ahead, play with your food.
In which the users of Mumsnet try and explain to each other what their teenage children are saying.
The rules are, there are no rules.
Kids of immigrants: unite!
The SATs could have used some of these. Because fun.
“You’re so baduy in bed.” Warning: crude language ahead!
In China, dogs don’t go “woof”, they go “wong”.
American tourists beware of what you say. And wear.
Come, relive your youth. Except in Swedish.
After all, you do find comfort in the bathroom, right?
No one in the history of the universe has ever meant to say “ducking.”
Planning a trip to a German-speaking country? All you need to learn is one little word.
Test your knowledge of the English language. (Or at least these 20 words from it.)
Please reserve “spicy” for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
Como, like, this list is bueno.
It’s been a highly productive day.
You little romantic, you…
So what the f**k do you want to say?
You’ve been saying it in the wrong context forever and now it’s time to stop.
Wait til you hear what other countries call “Cool Ranch” flavored Doritos.
These are real names—who knew?
Do you *really* want salsa with those chips?
Now that Cornish people have been officially recognised as a minority, it might be time to brush up on the lingo.