Etymology: < blend of rehash v. + hashtag n.
(On social media websites and applications) to reuse an old hashtag without change or improvement.
Tweet of thumb, n.
Pronunciation: /twiːt əv θʌm/
Etymology: < tweet n. + of prep. + thumb n., after word of mouth.
Tweeted utterance, testimony, or communication; spec. (with reference to advertising or promotion): Twitterspherical communication of any kind between individuals (rather than via the mass media).
First World problem | First-World problem, n.
Pronunciation: /fəːst wəːld ˈprɒbləm/
Etymology: < First World n. and adj. + problem n.
A problem affecting the First World and its inhabitants; spec. a cause of frustration or dissatisfaction regarded as trivial, and arising only as a result of the economic and social privilege, access to technology, etc., associated with the First World, e.g. the question of whether or not to hyphenate a two-word proper noun when using it attributively.
I finish listening to Pick of the Week – the conceit of which is that the guest presenter chooses their highlights from the last seven days on Radio 4 – only to hear Neil Nunes say that ‘you can send your own suggestions to Pick of the Week by emailing’.
Tsk, more outsourcing.