Splogging, speed-friending and possibly even jumping the couch about your boyfriend's mandals - assuming you're not hetoxing.
Dermot and Kate deicpher some new words with OED's Susie Dent
You may be wondering exactly what we're going on about.
There's no need to worry if you can't make sense of any of the above.
Along with breds, waparazzi and WAGs, the above are just a handful of new words coming off the street and into day-to-day usage.
We looked at some of the new words with Susie Dent from the Oxford English Dictionary
Most of the new words are just too new to have made it into the latest Oxford English Dictionary - and even so, they really have to become part of day-to-day language before they will be included.
Watch our clip - via the link to the right of this page - to hear some more of the new words in our spoof Office clip
If you're still wondering just what we're going on about - here's a helpful list:
AlterpreneursThose more concerned with personal happiness rather than financial success
Coined by comedian Catherine Tate, is simply a slang version of bothered, but usually with a more aggressive adolescent tone
As in brethren - breds or brothers, basically your friends
Someone described as useless
HetoxingDerived from de-toxing - basically having a man-free lifestyle
Jump the couch
Another way of saying you're getting over excited
Taking tours of film sets
Making use of online social networking websites
A mixture of spamming and blogging
As in "this is going to go viral" means literally, spread like wildfire
Volunteering in a foreign country
Popularised by the football world cup, means wives and girlfriends
Those inclined to take pictures of celebrities with mobile phones - derived from Wap phone