We know you like cool things on Twitter – and what’s cooler than something about YOU?
If you’re a fan of “what happened on the day you were born” type stuff, you’ll like this ‘birthday words ‘Twitter. But there’s a catch: You can’t be someone who is shy about sharing the year you were born . . . though we’re not sure who you think you’re fooling by hiding it anyway.
Did you know that the “Oxford English Dictionary is the definitive record of the English language, featuring 600,000 words, 3 million quotations, and over 1,000 years of English?” Well, it’s true!
And now it’s on Twitter as @OEDonline and offering up a bit of silliness.
Here are a few responses for various years. Even if you see your birth year listed, you should still tweet them yours so you can get some more words.
Have you tried it? Share your #OEDBirthdayWords in the comments!
(Birthday cupcake image from Shutterstock)
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