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.
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.