Other words include cuntish, crap shoot, and DIYer.
The Oxford English Dictionary added over 900 new words, phrases and senses in its March 2014 update. Here are some of the more wackadoo entries.
Bestie (n.): a person’s best friend; a very close friend.
Wackadoodle (adj.): crazy, mad; eccentric.
Beatboxer (n.): a performer who uses (amplified) vocal effects to imitate the sounds and rhythms of hip-hop music.
Bookaholic (n.): a habitual and prolific reader; a compulsive book buyer.
Scissor-kick (v): to perform a kick which involve a scissor-like motion of the legs, as in swimming or soccer.
DIYer (n.): a person who engages in do-it-yourself activities; an amateur (in construction, repair, etc.).
Honky-tonker (n.): a person who owns, works in, or frequents a cheap, sleazy bar or nightclub, typically one where country music is played.
Do-over (n.): an instance or chance of doing something for a second or further time, after an unsuccessful or unsatisfactory first attempt.
Bathroom break (n.): a short period of time within the duration of an activity (often of a prescribed or limited duration) taken to use the toilet.
Cuntish (adj., coarse slang): nasty, highly unpleasant; extremely annoying.