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Empire State of Green

New York’s most famous skyscraper shrank its planet-warming emissions by 40 percent. Can the rest of the city do the same?

urban dictionary - The Washington Post
6:06am PDT - May 28th, 2020

In Indore, Worst COVID-hit In MP, Someone Threw A Birthday Bash, Now 19 Are Infected, One Dead

Covidiot is a term that emerged amid the COVID-19 pandemic and it is a combination of two words COVID and Idiot. The Urban Dictionary defines it as 'someone who ignores the warnings regarding public health or safety. One such classic case has emerged from Ind…

urban dictionary - The Times of India
12:50am PDT - May 27th, 2020

From Stan to Karen: The troubling origins of slang words you probably use all the time

Miriam Margolyes is not the only one in the dark about the offensive origins of popular slang words. Here are some common culprits you should think twice about using, writes Gary Nunn.

urban dictionary - ABC News (AU)
12:00pm PDT - May 25th, 2020

7 people describe what they keep in their 'spank bank'

May is National Masturbation Month, and we're celebrating with Feeling Yourself, a series exploring the finer points of self-pleasure. The earliest definition of "spank bank" on Urban Dictionary is from March 2003. The entry refers to it as "SpankBank" as …

urban dictionary - Mashable
12:34pm PDT - May 20th, 2020

What Is a 'Karen'? If Somebody's Called You One Chances Are You Spoke to Their Manager

The term has been around since 2016, with origins stretching back even further, but lately, it's been used as an insult aimed at people not following COVID restrictions.

urban dictionary - Newsweek
7:10am PDT - May 19th, 2020

ThisWordDoesNotExist.com is rewriting the dictionary with the help of AI

AI can now be used to generate an endless stream of plausible-sounding but meaningless words. Check out ThisWordDoesNotExist.com to create more babble than you know what to do with.

urban dictionary - The Verge
5:48am PDT - May 14th, 2020