The dictionary today released a list of words that are being officially added into the English language, including some tech-oriented colloquialisms.
Words like 'live-blogging,' 'crowdsourcing', 'mouseover' and 'streaming' have been added to the 2013 edition, although, controversially, the dictionary is breaking its own rule that a word must be "current for ten years" before it can be included into the dictionary.
While someone may have legitimately been live-blogging in 2003, no-one was tweeting, as Twitter didn't launch until 2006.
Other words added to the dictionary include 'flash mob' and 'geekery,' along with 'handy-dandy,' 'heart-stopping' and 'mani-pedi.'
Surely the art of flash mobbing died years ago, but not according to Oxford.
Over 1,200 new words have been added to the dictionary this year for a total of more than 823,000 entries.
A full list of new words added in June 2013 can be found on a post on the dictionary's website.