New words I have learned from my daughters in college:
apocolocynposis--the fear of turning into a pumpkin.
pteronophobia--the fear of being tickled by feathers.
sceney--describes a place where people hang to get noticed, as in "Let's not go there, it's become too sceney."
sex positive--a term applied to places of business meaning they are non-discriminatory regarding sexual orientation. "The company I work for is sex positive, our receptionist is a transgender."
transgender-- a man who identifies himself as a woman (transwoman) or a woman who identifies herself as a man (transman)
See how edifying blog reading can be?
UPDATE--two handy phrases learned today in a client meeting led by MBA buccaneer
wetware solution--Attending to a problem via humans (wetware) instead of computers (hardware)
analysis-paralysis--Denigrating term for taking time to consider a project before pushing it forward. As in, Let's not let analysis-paralysis keep us from having a spot on-air right away (but if the campaign bombs it's the agency's fault.)