Buzz Original Meanings Of Everyday Words 1 week ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Some words we use everyday used to have totally different meanings. Completely changes the meaning of nice guys finish last. Based on this post: … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Not everything is terrible: 7 great things that happened this week. February 12, 2017 Phenomenal Women Tell Their Inspirational Stories // Presented By BuzzFeed & Lean Cuisine November 3, 2016 She stunt-doubled for Lucille Ball and Bette Davis. But you probably haven't heard of her. October 2, 2016 We Got Transformed Into Latinx Icons October 3, 2017 Which Sex Has Better Pain Tolerance? January 4, 2016 Dating Expectations Vs Reality January 2, 2017 20 Comments Dret Drel May 12, 2018 Pretty means sly and cunning? The saying "pretty little liar" now makes sense. Lenja May 12, 2018 Does'nt awefull is a word, when you use 2 l's. Meaning youre full of awe? calicoixal May 12, 2018 I'm not completely sure of what you're asking, so I'll type my interpretation: "Isn't 'awefull' a word? It means 'full of awe', right?" No. That's 'awful'. It no longer means 'full of awe'. Lenja May 12, 2018 I´m sorry. I´m just trying to learn the language, English is not my native. calicoixal May 12, 2018 It's totally all right if you don't know English fully yet. Just keep working at it and you'll do fine! Good luck! 😀 Lenja May 12, 2018 Thanks 😀 The Basement Nerd May 12, 2018 I have a hard time believing this hellowordoo May 12, 2018 this is bs! :/ TransparentFairy May 12, 2018 all right 😀 yay! jimmy givens May 12, 2018 Ok does that make the average person a idiot, because we were educated to use everyday words out of context……? Thechosenone May 12, 2018 That explains why we call men guys muzakXd May 12, 2018 the last one actually made sense, as anything without an outcome would be unsuccessful Joseph Till May 12, 2018 Yeah this isn't true. Mathman1ac May 12, 2018 "Sly or Cunning: Pretty"……sooooo, still means the same thing, then? Johnny Blood May 12, 2018 the chances of almost all of these words being ironic makes this hard to believe BlueButterfly May 12, 2018 i call bull crap on all of these "facts" Hayleystarstar Woozworld May 12, 2018 So I'm gonna call my best friend a bully. Hm… kumkum hashmali May 12, 2018 Sorry,Sorry,stop!Someone travelling on foot called a pedestrian.Passenger,is not even an English word,its French. ANNIE SOZ May 12, 2018 so like what if the word "guy" still means of grotesque appearance to you bc you're such a lesbian you can't even handle it The Robot Cat Kash May 12, 2018 All the original meanings of everyday words are so different then how WE use them today.