The Merriam-Webster dictionary is getting to be one of the more pungent tongue-in-cheek Twitter accounts (although it’s still no Wendy’s). So far, it has taken 11 occasions to correct our Pumpkin-in-Chief on his misuse or misspelling.
Here’s an example, from last August, after the big ol’ bigot told his rally audience of bigots that Hillary Clinton was the real bigot.
📈 Lookups for “bigot” are up 5400% over average right now. https://t.co/cj8WGTK14y
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) August 25, 2016
If I were designing dictionary technology, I would set this up so that when a Trump supporter looked up this word, it would say,
big-ot n. see mirror. No, not in the dictionary. In your bathroom.
There’s lots more fun at the Daily Dot. Check it out.