After extensive polling and voter research scientists from the University of Guelph have determined that the year 2020 is “Not A Vibe.”
“Vibe” is the newly minted scientific definition for a person, place, or thing that is agreeable to most people.
The word “Vibe,” (added to the Oxford Dictionary in 2019), has an equal and opposite descriptor; the phrase “Not A Vibe.”
“It just seems like most people agree that this year is just not a vibe,” said Chad Chadley, lead researcher on the project. “This will be the first year in history to officially be a Vibe or Not A Vibe before the year is over, and the first year we think we could predict Not A Vibe this early.”
“Oh yeah, I mean, no matter what happens, this is the least vibe year this decade,” said Charliey Jones, a grad student on Chadley’s team. “It’s, like, painfully, Not A Vibe, y’know?”
Right now, the ramifications of knowing 2020 is Not A Vibe remain to be seen.