Do you spend most of your time with one of your heterosexual friends? Well then you might just be 'bromancing.'
With The Sun's latest list of the newest and most interesting words and phrases of 2007, you can interpret what someone actually means when he or she uses phrases like 'heavage,' 'swipeout,' or 'chindia.'
Advertisement'Heavage' is the term used for breasts that need a special bra for support, while 'Swipeout' denotes the moment your debit card is swiped at a till and you find you are out of cash, according to the paper.
Other terms the paper lists out include, 'Irritainment,' the term used for TV shows and celebs who are so irritating that they end up being obsessive viewing for all the wrong reasons and 'Blamestorming,' which is a group discussion on why something went wrong and whose fault it was.
Smirting means flirting between tobacco addicts forced outside by the public smoking ban, while Flexting means flirting through mobile phone texts, and 'Chindia' is used to denote the combination of China and India as a major economic force.
That minute fraction of time when you realise you've just made a huge mistake is the 'Oh-No-Second,' while money reserved for a night on the town is called a 'play-dough.'
'Nonebrity' is the expression used to address the likes of Jade Goody, i.e. a person who becomes a minor celebrity despite having no obvious talent.