Love them or hate them – these words and quotes made up our entire year.
From strange beginnings in viral videos, or celebs' wacky wording, it’s been a hell of a year for colloquial quips.
Here are our favourites:
1. Sorry not sorry
This one is great when you shouldn’t really have said what you just said, but your feelin’ feisty, so whatever.
An insulting term for girls who like Starbucks, nice nail art, Uggs, Yankee Candles and everything else nice in this life. #notbothered
3. Conscious uncoupling
We can thank Gwyneth Paltrow for this little gem. When she separated from Chris Martin earlier this year, this was the term she chose to use. They were SO over.
4. I can’t even
One that has been around for a few years admittedly, but has really come into its own this year. Use this when you are so overcome with a certain emotion that you just…can’t even.
5. Turn down for what
Following the release of a song by the song name from Lil Jon and DJ Snake, even Michelle Obama turned down for what. Except she made it about eating veg and changed it to 'turn up' and danced with a turnip…
6. Eyebrows on fleek
When your eyebrows are lookin’ good and on point, they’re on fleek. Made popular by this viral video:
Beyoncé made this word famous after her song Drunk In Love.
A sweet term of endearment for your other half.
9. Bye Felicia
Someone you don’t really have much time for is known as ‘Felicia’… Bye Felicia appeared on LOT of Vines this year. Here’s Nicole Richie explaining it perfectly:
Used perfectly by Taylor Swift on Twitter recently, ‘Thirsty’ means desperate. One NEVER wants to be described as ‘thirsty’.
As my 25th birthday present from the media, I'd like for you to stop accusing all my friends of dating me. #thirsty
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) December 8, 2014