Oxford Dictionaries has announced the latest batch of words it's officially added to the dictionary, and some of them are, well, amazeballs.
That's right, amazeballs, which the dictionary defines as "extremely good or impressive; amazing" is just one of the new adds.
COMPLETE LIST: See Oxford's new words
Others include YOLO ("you only live once"), cray ("crazy"), humblebrag ("an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud"), douchebaggery ("obnoxious or contemptible behaviour"), binge-watch (to "watch multiple episodes of (a television programme) in rapid succession") and side boob ("he side part of a woman's breast, as exposed by a revealing item of clothing").
YOLO wasn't the only texting abbreviation making the cut. It was joined by FML, ICYMI, SMH and WDYT.
Twitter's influence on our lives was evident with the addition of live-tweet and subtweet.
And there were even a few you might need that dictionary to look up, like olinguito, pharmacovigilance and pogonophobia.