Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Vape: Learned A New (Useless) Word Today

I've got an app that gives me a new word every day.  I'm proud to say that I know most of them but every once in a while, I'll get an interesting word worthy of my SAT days.  Today, my new word is "vape" and it's circulating all over Twitter and the Internet at large.

According to Oxford Dictionaries, "vape" means to inhale or smoke an e-cigarette.  Apparently, saying you're smoking only pertains to regular cigarettes or cigars.  Not a cool thing to confuse the two.

Source:  MSN.

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