I smirt, you stooze, they krump: can you still speak English?

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Collins, Oct 1, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 192 pages
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Tina At The Silent Disco Contains The Very Latest Additions To The English Language. Drawn From The Collins Word Web And The Collins Wordexchange, It Is The Most Up-To-The-Minute Guide To Evolving Language. Collins Has Always Excelled At Providing Up-To-Date Language In Its Dictionaries Through Its Sophisticated Language-Monitoring Resources. Now, Tina At The Silent Disco Focuses Specifically On The Newest Additions To The Language, Combining Up-To-The-Minute Vocabulary With The Colourful Stories Behind The Next Generation Of English Words. So, If You Like To Keep Your Finger On The Pulse Of The Biggest, Boldest, Fastest-Changing Language On The Planet, This Is The Year S Must-Have Book. *Tina N Chiefly Us A Slang Term For Metamphetamine [From Sixteenth The Fraction Of An Ounce In Which The Drug Is Commonly Sold Illicitly. Silent Disco N A Form Of Music Event At Which The Music Is Broadcast To Wireless Headphones Worn By The Attendees, Thereby Ensuring That Those In The Vicinity Of The Event Are Not Troubled By Noise Pollution

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