I was very much amused to see that a word I use a lot, had made it into the Collins English Dictionary. I am sure most of you in the world of blog already use the word 'Meh' a lot (well the grumpy ones anyway). The Guardian newspaper first wrote about this way back in March 2007, in this article Meh - the word that's sweeping the internet. In that article the bloke from the Oxford English Dictionary, says it's not yet suitable for the OED, but he does have a "meh" file. That made me chuckle. Well its still not made it into the good old Oxford yet, so can't use it in scrabble for the time being. If you would like to hear an example of it, with other useful tidbits, go here word of the week. Also here's a link to the article that alerted me to this vital piece of information Meh chosen for 30th anniversary of Collins English Dictionary.
So why exactly am I writing about meh? Especially when it is the epitome of indifference and cant arsed ness.Well the heating has been installed and the house is now toasty warm, but I feel ill and don't want to clean up all the shit(not literal shit, I am not that kind of ill). So meh to the cleaning and meh to the college work. Until I give in and start it after some tea and a dose of the telly.