The Uxbridge English Dictionary

Language evolves. The meaning of a word can shift over time as we use it differently — think of “cool,” “heavy,” or even “literally.” Today, give a word an evolutionary push: give a common word a new meaning, explain it to us, and use it in the title of your post.

I’ll give you a few… but I’ll will you figure out why.

Acholyte: Easy Listening Clarinet Music

Bonfire Night: 15th October to 31st December

Countryside: To assassinate Donald Trump

Homerphobe: Someone who doesn’t like the Simpsons

Negligent: A man who lies to wear women’s lingerie

Parsnip: Dad’s vasectomy

Peanut: Squirrel Urine

 

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