Zoinks! 'Scooby snack' has been added to the Oxford Dictionary

We finally know where to find Scooby Doo, everyone -- in the Oxford Dictionary. The term "Scooby snack" has been added to the latest edition of the comprehensive dictionary series, thus making the term for Scooby's favorite snack an official word in the English language.

The official definition for "Scooby snack" says, "A snack, esp. given as a reward or inducement; spec. a bite-sized treat or a large multilayered sandwich (likened to those eaten by the cartoon character Scooby Doo)… Also: food eaten to satisfy a hunger induced by drinking, smoking, or drug use."

Take a look at a screenshot of the entry (via Fun Lovin' Criminals) below:

The @OED adds 'Scooby Snack' to the dictionary. Ah, JEAH! #LoveYaBack https://t.co/N0lqBu6E0h pic.twitter.com/E1HTS2TWaW

— FUN LOVIN' CRIMINALS (@funlovincrims) June 29, 2016

If the definition isn't enough, you can actually buy licensed "Scooby snacks" over at Amazon.

Among other additions to the dictionary this year are (via Entertainment Weekly) are glamping, listicle, deffo, power couple, stupid o’clock, and bovvered.

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