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Though lexicographers like Martin admit that it’s difficult to predict which words will break through to dictionary-level status, purists have argued that Oxford has lowered that bar too far in recent years.Others, who find themselves delving into user-generated content on Urban Dictionary as the sole resource for understanding what is coming out of the mouths and thumbs of, Urban Dictionary entries date back years and have been very widely read.The commercial appropriation of a word signals the end of its hipness in any case, but as Kwame Opam at The most egregious usage involves the lack of any joke, or even logic. Bae-con Stuffed Crust.” What the Brands Saying Bae twitter has highlighted is the absurdity of that gimmick, which is the same as is employed in a sitcom where an elderly woman says something sexual, and then, cue the laugh track. The shaky moral ground on which those empty, garbage calories are marketed to already-obese Americans is actually in line with the calculating nature of the corporate Twitter accounts that turn the things people love against them.The humor is ostensibly to come from the juxtaposition of the source and the nature of the diction. Chili’s would not likely address you as “bae” if you wrote to their corporate office, but they would if you tweeted to them. Because that will surely diffuse whatever situation made you want to get in touch with AT&T.

Video blogger William Haynes, who would be among the down-votes, made an adamant case in his popular You Tube series in August that “unknown to the general populace, , et cetera.

The lyrical database Rap Genius actually traces asked with measured incredulity, “What the Hell Is Up With ‘Bae’?

” Writer Natasha Zarinsky there proclaimed “the dawn of ‘bae.’” Of course, any time dawn is breaking, so is dusk.

Slang tends to go one of two ways as it gets picked up by masses, linguist Tyler Schnoebelen told to generally express affection for anything.

As in, when eating a particularly good scone, “This scone is bae.”“[Bae] appears to be having its inflection point right now,” the head of U. Dictionaries at Oxford University Press Katherine Connor Martin told Zarinsky that same month, presciently, “and it will be interesting to see if it continues to pick up speed, or if becoming too widespread will damage its social reputation in the coming months.”Oxford has been progressive in embracing social media in tracking the origins and rise of words, particularly the slang that arises in subcultures.