I don’t know about you, but in 2013, I hope I never have to hear the words “YOLO,” “trending,” or “fiscal cliff” again. Apparently, I’m not alone. In fact, Lake Superior State University has just published its 2013 List of Banished Words, and all three of these make an appearance. Yes, I’ll admit that it’s a bit nerdy of me to look forward to an annual list of banned instead of ringing in the new year in more traditional ways. But how much fun is a New Year’s Eve party when you can rail against the overuse of the term …
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