There are lots of new phrases and words emerging over the Internet. Usually, they are written down or better to say pexted penned during texting. Recently, TBH is undergoing a transformation on social media. Credits go to the teens who are using it in a different way.
The surprising origins of your f*cking favorite swear words
Etymology of the the 'F-Word'
Last edited on Mar 08 Slang from drag culture. Drag Queen 1: OMG! Drag Queen 2: Who? She's so fish , I know! You can barely tell it's a man in a wig. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 17
The Acronym Server
With precious few exceptions, words of acronymic origin date from the 20th century and no earlier. Though many reasonably conclude fornication is the old-time word for having sex, the term specifically excludes the physical union of man and wife. One can fornicate premaritally or extramaritally, but not intramaritally.
Swear words have a strange power over us. It starts when we are young, when they are deliciously taboo. Then, as we age, our dependence on swear words increases to the point where as an adult, we find that the magnitude of our emotions can only be captured by cursing. Yes, many of us have grown attached to swear words, but only a fraction of us actually know where they came from. What old dead languages do we have to thank for some of the best words of all time?