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THE DICTIONARY’S TWITTER DESTROYED A TROLL WITH JUST 6 WORDS

THE DICTIONARY’S TWITTER DESTROYED A TROLL WITH JUST 6 WORDS

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The Merriam-Webster dictionary’s Twitter has over 120K followers that love words and nothing but words. And wouldn’t you know it that it only took six words to shutdown some nerd who was hellbent on trolling good old Webster. Let’s first take a look at what the dictionary tweeted that kicked off this hoopla:

Well, Gabriel Roth, an editor with Slate didn’t like that tweet so he offered a bunch of his opinions:

https://twitter.com/gabrielroth/status/773333205168586752

 

https://twitter.com/gabrielroth/status/773334389409316864

The dictionary had had enough of Roth because they were ready to kill him:

Oh damn, the dictionary sure has changed since I was young — it doesn’t take anyone’s shit now.

Twitter of course lost their word-loving minds:

https://twitter.com/ziwe/status/773694642860781568

Don’t mess with the dictionary.

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