Mick Hartley informs us that the Oxford University Press is helping acclimate the youth of Britain to their new habitat, by updating their Junior Dictionary. They're sweeping out silly old words like "vicar" and "blackberry" to make room for "compulsory", "biodegradable", "Euro", "committee", and others.
Imagine the sadness of balanced meals, stepping on a human face, forever.
Wait, they're getting rid of "Blackberry"?!
Well, that's the way it goes with folks like that: Up to the minute, always, but the minute they're up to had its day a decade back.