“YOLO” Added to the Oxford Dictionary
The acronym “YOLO” has seen its fair share in the spotlight the last few years as it now has become more of a dry punchline in recent times. Apparently the word has caught on with Oxford Dictionary, the publication of Oxford University Press responsible for defining current English, as it has added the term to its bounded books. Originally coined by Drake in his 2011 track, “The Motto,” the hashtag went viral and became synonymous with daily conversation. Although not a conventional choice, credit Oxford Dictionary for its attempt and effort in observing and defining today’s diction throughout its years of publication.