For the past few days, this word has become a frequent one in my vocabulary, and I have no idea why. It isn't even a word is it? When I say it, it sounds like I am a life-long resident of Jersey. It is funny. My co-worker C and I have been laughing at that all the time and throwing it out there whenever possible, just because it sounds so silly when we say it. But, it is amazing how we pick up things and they just become a normal thing. I mean, ten years ago, if someone said "google'em" to you, you would have thought they were crazy. Now, you know it means that they are telling you to look up something on the internet by typing it into Google. I guess today has been a weird day, and we have to find anything we can to amuse ourselves, but this has been it. What are some other phrases that have come into our language that we wouldn't have known had it not been for our expansion of technology?
That is all I have for "Weird Word Tuesday" (ok, I just made that up, but I don't want you to think I am too crazy.) Now, off to waste the rest of the day and try not to fall asleep. Then, C and I are going across the street for "Happy Hour" and to enjoy Montgomery's version of Fleet Week. Ha. We are on the river, no doubt. Ok, not really it is just a technology conference, but we have to take what we can get, right? (Really it is just for the $1 drafts)