Ratioed, podfasters, nameflamers, and soy boys.
Ever notice on LinkedIn these nuggets of business wisdom told in a poem format? It’s the hot trend on LinkedIn (lol) and we’re calling them “broems.”
When Gayle King asked Ivanka Trump back in April how she would respond to people who said she’s complicit in her father’s policies, her unsatisfying answer became a meme on the left. It spread to describe those who had turned a blind eye to sexual harassment. Dictionary.com named it its “word of the year,” which itself is part of a trend of online dictionaries stunting to be timely and woke online.
A nameflame, a term coined by BuzzFeed News, is when someone quote-tweets you, and then you change your display name in a way that insults them. Twitter may have changed its rules partially to stop this practice.
People who listen to podcasts at alarmingly fast speeds, also as coined by BuzzFeed News.
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A romper, but for him. A bad idea. (A wonderful idea.)