Not this time.
This time it's about the influence the internet has had on the Chambers Dictionary with ........
"Nearly a quarter of the words added to the new edition coming from internet culture, the recession and climate change also make a mark with quantitative easing, double-dip, and carbon offsetting among the 200 new words and phrases added.
The 12th edition of the single volume edition of Chambers Dictionary, which was first published in 1901, contains 620,000 words and definitions.
The new words "herald a wave of geek chic, a more strident green agenda, and the way in which the recession has shaped how we speak today," says the publisher.
And some of the other words to have made it?
- National treasure
- Man flu
- Some abbreviations made popular by social networking sites, including OMG (Oh my God) and, BFF (Best friend forever).