Yas, Haterade, Drunk Text added to Oxford Dictionary

An Oxford English Dictionary is shown at the headquarters of the Associated Press in New York on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010. It's been in print for over a century, but in future the Oxford English Dictionary _ the authoritative guide to the English language _ may only be available online. Oxford University Press, the publisher, said Sunday that burgeoning demand for the dictionary's online version has far outpaced demand for the printed versions. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)
An Oxford English Dictionary is shown at the headquarters of the Associated Press in New York on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010. It's been in print for over a century, but in future the Oxford English Dictionary _ the authoritative guide to the English language _ may only be available online. Oxford University Press, the publisher, said Sunday that burgeoning demand for the dictionary's online version has far outpaced demand for the printed versions. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Cat ladies will be shouting “Yas!” for their furry feline squad goals after Oxford Dictionaries released the 300 funtastic new words added to their collection.

A few of the most surprising words are listed below. Click here for the full list.

  • Biatch — Noun: Affectionate or disparaging address. “Love you biatch!” “Step back you biatch.” 
  • Cat Lady — Noun: An older woman living alone with a large number of cats, which she is obsessively devoted to. “If I buy one more cat,” she thought, “I will officially cross over into cat lady territory.” 
  • Craptastic — Adjective: Poor in quality or extremely bad. “I seriously need a manicure, my nails are craptastic.” 
  • Drunk text — Noun: A text sent when drunk, usually embarrassing. “I can’t believe I drunk texted Gary at 3 a.m. last night about chicken nuggets.” 
  • Fitspiration — A person who strives to obtain someone’s health or fitness standards. “Benny did 500 push ups with me sitting on his back, he is my fitspiration.” 
  • Friendsgiving — A Thanksgiving celebration with friends instead of family. “Becky has been really rude to me lately so I didn’t invite her to Friendsgiving.” 
  • Funtastic — Adjective: Extremely enjoyable. “I had a funtastic vacation to the Harry Potter themed hotel in London.” 
  • Gorefest — Noun: Film, book, or video game involving a lot of violence or bloodshed. “John Wick was an amazing gorefest from beginning to end.” 
  • Haterade — Noun: Excessively negative. “He did not like my drawing, he must be sipping on some haterade.” 
  • Sausage Party — Noun: Event where the majority of attendees are men. “There is not a single girl here, this is such a sausage party.” 
  • Squad goals — Noun: Referencing a model to emulate, usually with friends. Often used as a hashtag.  “I love their matching dinosaur hats, they are my #squadgoals.” 
  • Yas — Exclamation of great pleasure or excitement. Yas Queen, I am loving those fake eyelashes!” 

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