Oxford Dictionaries announced some new additions to the Oxford English Dictionary on Monday. Some of the new words included "gender-fluid," "moobs," "biatch," and "YOLO." The latter standing for "you only live once," of course. Writing on the acronym's addition Jonathan Dent, Senior Assistant Editor of the OED said,
"...the acronym YOLO (1996) is traced back to its antecedent, the axiomatic you only live once (first used in a nineteenth-century English translation of Balzac’s French ‘on ne vit qu’un fois’ in his Le Cousin Pons)."