The original urban dictionary in the English language, the medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer wrote in the vernacular, or the language of the common people. The Canterbury Tales, for example, is a collection of stories filled with plenty of swearing, slang, and fart jokes.
courtly poet: "Rident stolidi verba Latina!"
Chaucer: "Fuck that. I'm writing in English."
Apparently, the new politically correct way at several institutes of higher learning to refer to entities previously known as freshmen.
Steven: That red-headedfreshman is so hot! I'm totally going to get that bitch drunk and bone her tomorrow night!
Greg: Really, Steven, I'm ashamed of your uncouth behavior -- the polite way of speaking about such an individual dictates that we use the term "first year."