Webster’s adds ‘covfefe’ to dictionary, removes ‘presidential’ and ‘integrity’
SPRINGFIELD, MA – The American publishing giant added the word ‘covfefe’ to its dictionary today after it met the criteria of widespread use, while removing words ‘presidential’ and ‘integrity’.
Covfefe, defined as acronym Constitutional Overthrow Vacating Freedoms Everyone Formally Expected, seems to be in reference to the President’s failed promises, blocked by the courts on humanitarian grounds.
“The use of covfefe has skyrocketed in this last month, since the president tweeted it from the toilet at 3am,” says a linguistic expert. “It’s not unusual for slang words to become officially defined by a dictionary, but I’m stumped by a drunk typo. Drunk with power that is, since the president doesn’t drink alcohol.”
With the rise of covfefe, usage of the words ‘presidential’ and ‘integrity’ took a nose dive since November 8th, 2016. “Certain words go in phases, but that doesn’t mean the words and definitions are not real just because they are not commonly used. Sadly, ‘presidential’ and ‘integrity’ do not exist anymore, especially together.”