Guys, seriously, we need to stop repeating the random words people make up on the Internet or they're going to keep becoming legitimate words.

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Merriam-Webster just announced a bunch of new words they're adding to the dictionary this year. The editors make their choices based on a word's impact on the English language, and whether they believe it's here to stay. Here are some of the new additions:

FOMO: It's the acronym for 'Fear Of Missing Out.' Here's their definition. "Fear of not being included in something, such as an interesting or enjoyable activity, that others are experiencing."

Meet-cute: "A cute, charming, or amusing first encounter between romantic partners, as in a movie."

Hella: "very, extremely."

Revenge porn: "Sexually explicit images of a person posted online without that person's consent, especially as a form of revenge or harassment."

TMI: "Too much information."

A few others that are also being added are Bitcoin, cold turkey, gastric banding, and wacky tobacky.

Read more at TIME.