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2013 Banned Words List is Out – Did Your Favorite Word Make It? [POLL]

Every year, Lake Superior State University, a tiny college in Michigan releases it’s list of words that deserve to be permanently taken out of our vocabulary. Check out which words were selected this year below.

 

Yolo - One of the 2013 Banned Words
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  • Fiscal cliff
  • Kick the can down the road
  • Double down
  • Job creators/creation
  • Passion/passionate
  • YOLO — which stands for “You Only Live Once”
  • Spoiler alert
  • Bucket list
  • Trending
  • Superfood
  • Boneless wings
  • Guru

Did you agree with the list? Did LSSU leave your most hated word off the list? Take our poll and let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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