Michigan’s Lake Superior State University doesn’t want you to use certain words and phrases because they’re mis-used, used all too frequently or, as the school’s announcement put it, “generally useless”.

For example, according to Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], the school said that all too often “we grapple, litigate, and then yeet irritating words and phrases.”

That’s right, yeet – an obviously made up word used to express excitement – is one of the words that are banned, as are the acronyms POTUS, FLOTUS, and SCOTUS [President of the U.S., First Lady and Supreme Court]. And the phrase “the most important election of our time.” Aren’t they all?