Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
Totally.as submodifier ‘it's summer so it's light all the time plus the scenery is totes amazing’‘this is pretty embarrassing but I was totes asleep’‘I'm tots scared right now’
completely, absolutely, entirely, wholly, fully, thoroughly, utterly, quite, altogether, one hundred per centView synonyms
- ‘I am totes getting married tomorrow you guys!’
- ‘The open back with skinny, spidery straps is totes beautiful.’
- ‘We have no fur babies which makes us totes sad but our dwelling space doesn't allow for them, only for obnoxious neighbors.’
- ‘Hugo and Millie are totes getting into this couple thing and have a romantic picnic a deux in someone's back garden.’
- ‘I'm totes hungover but still going to yoga.’
- ‘Claudia is totes in love with old-time sculpture and artwork.’
- ‘I am totes shocked that a mere two glasses of red wine can produce a hangover.’
- ‘Just totes embarrassed my friend by honking frantically when I found myself behind him at a red light.’
- ‘You must have been so totes angry.’
- ‘I totes love to bake cake.’
Early 21st century: alteration of totally.
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.