This week, we’re looking back at the year that was.
What were our favourite shows? What does it mean if someone ‘deserves a pineapple’? And what will be the Word of the Week of the Year?
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Seven seriously silly Swedish sayings
I accidentally texted my wife with voice recognition…while playing the trombone pic.twitter.com/tWCPSXbbrO
— Paul The Trombonist (@JazzTrombonist) 21 November 2017
Language Log: Woo
— David Olsen (@DDsD) 27 November 2017
Victoria boy’s new word, ‘levidrome,’ on its way to Oxford Dictionary
Oxford Dictionaries sends video message to B.C. boy who invented ‘levidrome’
ABC hosts lose it over Bob Katter’s bizarre marriage rant
What’s the meaning of the phrase ‘Let one thousand flowers bloom’?
Fake news is ‘very real’ word of the year for 2017
Our 2017 Word of the Year Is Complicit.
Ivanka Trump interview: “If being complicit is wanting to be a force for good … then I’m complicit”
The final count
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