In Thursday Thirteen Thirteen of the Words Added to the Dictionary crunk DVR flex-cuff ginormous gray literature hardscape IED microgreen perfect storm RPG smackdown speed dating sudoku [tags]Thursday Thirteen[/tags] Prev Post Monday Candle Moment: Knowing Our Own Worth Next Post Friday’s Feast #152 Related Posts Colloquium’s Best of 2007 Thursday, January 3, 2008 Thirteen Memorable (for the Parents) Visits with Santa Claus Thursday, December 20, 2007 A Thirteen Question History Quiz for Baby Boomers Wednesday, November 14, 2007 5 Comments Mathew James Didier 12 years ago “Smackdown” has come a little late really… what worries me is that they’ll eventually add suxorz, l337, and rotflmao. …sigh… So goes the King’s English… JHSEsq Post Author 12 years ago I hear you, Matthew. Interesting to see what they add, but kinda sad, too. Loving Annie 12 years ago Good Wednesday evening Janie ! I like ginormous and perfect storm… Heh-heh. Forgot to warn you ! That’s what you get for missing a few days of my blog posts ! I simply can’ be a good girI all the time… I moved all of ‘that’ kind of stuff over to my new blog where it will be more appropriate… Hope you are having a good week ! damozel 12 years ago I realize when I read this that even though I’m always hearing the phrase “perfect storm,” I haven’t a clue what it means…so I should be glad they added it, I guess. Jeremy 12 years ago It is interesting I come across this. Just last night my wife and I were discussing how we have “ingd” our vocabulary. Twenty years ago we told some one “I will fax this to you” now we say “we are faxing this” We had several examples of where in the last 20 years we have slaped ing on a noun and turned it into a verb. Blog to Blogging?