In a move where most of the world is probably thinking, 'wait, this is just happening now?!" Merriam-Webster has finally added "Sriracha" as an official word in the English vocabulary.
Huy Fong Foods, a California based company who has gained a cult-like following due to the popularity based around their Sriracha sauce, initially brought Sriracha onto the US scene in the early 80's. Since then, Sriracha, primarily Huy Fong's version, has gained popularity and is now a household name throughout the United States, and much of the rest of the world as well.
In addition to 'Sriracha,' a few other necessary words Merriam-Webster added to their list were:
And last but not least, the definition of Sriracha (drum roll please) is :
Hey Merriam-Webster, about time....
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