I don't know whether to laugh or to sigh. The Oxford Dictionary announced a large addition of new rods to its online dictionary. Many of the words were silly in my eyes, such as: 'lolcat' and 'duck face'. There was one addition that made me wince more than others. The word, or should I say acronym, MAMIL was added to the dictionary. If you don't know, MAMIL stands for Middle Aged Man In Lycra. The Oxford Dictionary defines a MAMIL as "a middle-aged man who is a very keen road cyclist, typically one who rides an expensive bike and wears the type of clothing associated with professional cyclists." Worse yet, the people over at Oxford Dictionary thought it would be great to use the term in a sentence. This is what they came up with: "This is as close to a professional peloton as any MAMIL will ever get." I don't know how I feel about it, so I ask you. What do you think?