Does anyone else agree that we need to change the 'awesome' button?
Awesome nowadays is just slang and, as a word much over-used by teenagers so they don't have to think, it really doesn't mean much anymore.
Why not have 'important' or 'memorable' or 'well-written' or 'good point' or 'excellent' or 'exceptional'. Awesome just seems to be a lazy use of vocabulary
I quite like being awesome occasionally.
Angie, check out Huffington Post, any article.
Amazing Inspiring Funny Scary Hot Crazy Important Weird
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