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Oxford Dictionary's word of the year is the "tears of joy" emoji. Close runner-up was a picture of an unemployed English major crying.
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christian 17 Nov 15
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Ornot Bitwise 17 Nov 15
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Since when does an "emoji" count as a word? For that matter, when did "emoji" become a word in its own right?
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AustinG 17 Nov 15
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Seriously? Are we sure it wasn't Oxnard's word of the year?
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Graham Mansfield 17 Nov 15
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Wait that's not crying because of laughter?
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Sarah G 17 Nov 15
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also runner up - sad golden retriever
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cunt-a-saurus-rex 17 Nov 15
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@immoral_angeluk the SADNESS in their eyes!
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Bob Dehnhardt 17 Nov 15
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Speaking in β€œwords” Oxford will understand: πŸ½πŸ’©, πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ–•tards.
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B. Justice 17 Nov 15
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πŸ˜‚
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carl coggin 17 Nov 15
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😭
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Hampton Gail 18 Nov 15
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haha!
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