Oxford Dictionary Adds Beer O’Clock

Never a bad time for a beer, right?  It’s always 5:00 PM somewhere!  The Oxford Dictionary, our most definitive authority on the English language, agrees – anytime of the day is a fine time to open your favorite adult beverage.  As of today, the dictionary has officially included BEER O’CLOCK.

The latest additions of the English language came out today, words use so frequently, the Oxford Dictionary adds them to their comprehensive data base of “official words.”  Added now – Beer O’clock.

What is Beer O’clock? A Noun, meaning the time of day you start drinking a beer.

Now that Beer O’clock is actually a word, perhaps we won’t be judged when we crack a cold one open at 8:00 AM.  “You do know that it’s 8:00 AM, sir?”  “No, you’re wrong – it’s Beer O’clock.” Sounds much classier.

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Posted on August 28, 2015, in WTF and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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