retweet: (on the social networking service Twitter) repost or forward (a message posted by another user)
woot: exclamation. informal (especially in electronic communication) used to express elation, enthusiasm, or triumph
But I don’t know if it is ok for you to use the word “Woot” in your GEC O level English Composition. So use it at your own risk. Haha.
PS: While the tech folks celebrate the inclusion of words like “Retweet” and “Woot” in the Concise Oxford Dictionary, the fashion folks must be moaning at the inclusion “Mankini“. For those who don’t know what’s a Mankini, Google it at your own risk.
Today is Cook A Pot of Curry Day. Are you cooking curry now?
I wonder if this will become an annual event. Something like Racial Harmony Day or Total Defence Day. “Cook A Pot of Curry Day” can be a day to remind everyone to be more tolerant towards other culture, religion and race. Living in a small multi-racial and multi-cultural country like Singapore, we really need to be more sensitive towards each other.
So whether you are cooking a real pot of curry or cooking imaginary curry (like me), let’s remember that we are cooking curry today to remind ourselves to be more tolerant towards one another.