Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Recently, I have noticed people using the word FAIL as a noun and as an interjection. Not only do I hear it on radio and television, but also from people in person.
My witty brother asked, "Is it a NERB or a VOUN?"
Yesterday, a young acquaintance said, "That's a fail." I didn't feel as if I knew her well enough to ask, "WTH?"; besides, we were with a group of other people and I felt it would be declasse of me to inquire about her usage.
I particularly like the accompanying article from Slate, (CLICK HERE to read) because of the title Goodbye, schadenfreude; hello fail, because I, along with a number of my friends, LOVE the word schadenfreude. (CLICK HERE to see my BLOG article SCHADENFREUDE)
Also, enjoy the article from The New York Times. CLICK HERE to read it.