Apple fanboys cited as Merriam-Webster herds ‘sheeple’ into dictionary

Apple fanboys cited as Merriam-Webster herds ‘sheeple’ into dictionary

“Wake up!” the good folks a Merriam-Webster just tweeted. “Sheeple is in the dictionary now.” And while the induction of such casual slang is sure to offend some, none will likely take great umbrage than Apple zealots, whose zealotry is cited by the dictionary as an example of the proper use of the word. First the definition from Merriam-Webster’s website: “people who are docile, compliant, or easily influenced: people likened to sheep.” And the second of two examples…

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