Merriam-Webster Announces Important Change

Dictionary guru Merriam-Webster announced today that it would be changing certain definitions in it's current edition of it's collegiate dictionary.

"We are always conscious of the ever changing society of language." Said company spokesperson Noah Webster. "This current change reflects new meanings for words that have evolved in today's culture."

First published in 1840, the popular dictionary has undergone countless revisions in the past 170 years.

"We added the word 'blog' in 1999 as it had become such an integral part of our language." Said editor Ura Fuul.

As a result of the changing etymology of words, the current dictionary will add the following definitions:

LIAR: \Li"ar\ (l[imac]"[~e]r), n. [OE. liere. See {Lie} to falsify.]

1)  A person who knowingly utters falsehood; one who lies;
2) A person who tells lies;
3) Philip Klein

CRAP: \Crap\ (kr[a^]p), n. [ slang ]

1) In the game of craps, a first throw of the dice in which the
total is two, three, or twelve, in which case the caster
2)[n] unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false
statements); "I put up with a lot of bullshit from that jerk"; "what he said was
mostly bull"
[n] obscene terms for feces;
[v] have a bowel movement;
5) [n] Anything said or written by Philip Klein.