Britain's Oxford University Press announced today it has officially added several new words to oxforddictionaries.com. They prove that we are a bunch of fad-dieting, TV and nicotine addicted ex-smokers who are so busy tweeting that we need a shorthand way of saying "we're really busy."

Here's some of the list, with definitions, that may or may not have just been made up by me: 

vape v. that thing people do with e-cigs that is supposed to be less obtrusive, but somehow is soo much douchier than just smoking a friggin' Newport

binge-watch v. that thing you do when you should be doing literally anything else, such as eating, sleeping, studying, walking your dog, writing that novel, calling your mom or forming a meaningful human connection

paleo diet n. that thing some overly energetic guy at your job does, while you go home and order a large pepperoni

listicle n.that thing that you swore you'd never write while you were secure in your cocoon of idealism and student loans at journalism school, but then you graduated and needed money

time-poor adj. some shit that self-help authors and guys who wear suits to work say

Oxford's editors tracked about 150 million English words used online, in newspapers and other places to decide which ones to add. Here are some more of the recently-added words that prove we're all terrible:

adorbs

air punch

amazeballs

Bank of Mum and Dad

bro hug

clickbait

cray

douchebaggery

fandom

FML

hate-watch

hot mess

humblebrag

hyperconnected

ICYMI

live-tweet

mud run

neckbeard 

side boob

side-eye

smartwatch

SMH

throw shade

YOLO

[Via ABC]