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Rob Beschizza at 7:11 am Thu, Nov 15, 2012
The end state of the zombie apocalypse
Peter Capaldi… so hot.
So it basically means ‘clusterfuck’, is every bit as much fun to say AND can be uttered in front of kids?
I’m trying so hard not to make this my new username everywhere.
It’s not a bad word. Certainly better than “frenemy.”
hard to believe our country had george w bush and we couldn’t produce this word.
And of course the Oxford American Dictionary gave it to GIF. I’d like to see that used in Congress.
Yeah, Rob, you missed the real story – GIF is the US word of the year.
The UK gets a way better word and it’s not fair and for the record, I voted for “Frankenstorm”. :P
More like Romneyshambles.
I don’t even understand this word. What does additional information “Omnishambles” impart that “Shambles” didn’t already?
It sounds to me like they’re just trying to create controversy to sell more of their old-fashioned-wiki-style books.
it imparts the additional aspect of omni-ness