Friday, March 25, 2011

Muffin Top Added to Oxford Dictionary

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-03-24/entertainment/ct-talk-small-talk-0325-20110324_1_muffin-oxford-english-dictionary-symbol OMG--"Muffin Top" has been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. LOL No need to tell women what "muffin top" means. Edited to add: It looks like a clickable link, as did the other pages I tried. However, it doesn't go to any page. Please let me know if you are able to get to that page by just clicking. I could copy and paste it and it would go, but not by clicking. Any advice would be appreciated. Edited to add: thank you, Maggie, for the correction. It works now.

6 comments:

Maggie said...

I wasn't able to get to it by clicking or copying and pasting. I googled "Muffin Top Added to Oxford Dictionary" and found the article-- at the beginning of the URL, it should be "articles.chicagotribune.com" instead of "article.chicagotribune.com"

glorm said...
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glorm said...

Thanks, Maggie. Originally, I couldn't get the article to link after trying several times, so I believe I typed it in. Guess I didn't proofread carefully enough.

Jilly Be said...

This is a test. This is only a test. Please return immediately to your regularly scheduled life, and ignore meaningless tests.

glorm said...

Jilly, is this your way of telling me that it is time for another entry from me? For as talkative as I am you would think that I would be blogging more.

Jilly Be said...

Actually, my primary reason for posting that was strictly selfish - I'm testing Google Chrome, and it appears that Firefox was the source of all my original blogging issues, including an inability to post comments (which is why I do all blogging stuff, including reading, on Safari, which I don't really care for)

Everything seems to be working well on Google Chrome! So I may ditch Firefox.

Of course, the other reason was to drag you into your blog & see if you would write anything.... ;-D