first_img Source: Flickr/jblahblalblahHe got a round in, guys, he didn’t save any children from a burning building.Random Source: Flickr/bichxaLike Source: Flickr/grisha_21An Irish verbal tic. We’re all guilty of it.Banter Source: Flickr/crashoverreasonEpic Source: Flickr/Tree Leaf CloverSeriously, Coppers last night is not to be likened to mythic, heroic acts of bravery.LegendarySee above. Source: Flickr/Silence a gogoWhat words have lost all meaning for you? Like, literally, just have some epic banter in the comments. h/t AskRedditRead: 13 useful phrases you’ll only hear in Ireland>Read: “Selfie” has been added to the Irish language dictionary> AS MARK MCCABE sang on his seminal classic “Maniac 2000″ – life: it has no meaning.But what about words? They seem to be losing their meaning at a rate of knots. Words that had fixed, dependable definitions only one generation ago seem to be coming loose and shifting around like some sort of linguistic tectonic plate during an earthquake.Let’s check out the damage.Literally Source: Flickr/BataraAre you? Oh, are you REALLY?HackingNowadays, posting a status from a friend’s Facebook account is referred to as “hacking”. Source: Flickr/fakelvisIt’s not.Herolast_img

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