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.
How to swear like a 19th-century street urchin.
Etymology, my dear Watson.
The best reasons - I swear.
Your parents; their parents; multiple countries. Whatever.
When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.
Dash my wig, the Victorians had a lovely way with words.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY REAL BIOLOGY IRL.
Down Under we speak Aussie English and Strayan. Oh, and about 70 surviving Indigenous languages.
How do you say “d’oh” in Japanese?
What does the pig say? In German, that is.
Love it or hate it, the debate rages on.
Trust me, these slang words from the 20th century are pretty jake.
After “moist,” of course.
Duckfaces of the world unite.