MERRIAM-WEBSTER SAYS ENGLISH IS ‘LITERALLY DEAD’ AFTER ADDING DEFINITION TO ‘IRREGARDLESS’
Written by Ballzer on July 6, 2020
Just when we thought 2020 couldn’t get any weirder, Merriam-Webster now says the unnecessarily redundant term “irregardless” is now officially a definable word. After decades of debate, Merriam-Webster sarcastically declares that English is dead in response to a Twitter user pointing out “irregardless” is in their dictionary.
Yep. English is literally dead. https://t.co/hGVXeSNDV7— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) July 1, 2020