The (boring) 2010 words of the year

If you want the words with no context, this post is for you. Dictionary,com chose change and Oxford University Press chose refudiate – yawn, and yawn some more, I say. Vuvuzela was my choice. At least you can sink your teeth into it, it’s got character and a great story attached to it.

If you want the change/refudiate story, check this out (I’m self-promoting a bit > from my Gblog).

I’m standing by ho-hum. What’s your take on these two choices?

2010 Word of the Year, linguistic culture, end of year lists, trending words

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