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Is it time to act like the French and ban new and annoying words, or should we remember our literary heritage and embrace the new vocabulary?

8th January, 2011
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John buried his head in his iPhone and fexted frantically. Looking up would only provide an opportunity for one of these ecotists or sanctimummys to come over and tell him all the things he was doing wrong with his life.

The last thing he wanted was a nonversation about how obliviots such as he were destroying the universe.

He should just have pretended he never got the textvite to this stupid face-to face.

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