The Oxford English Dictionary is a near-135-year-old institution, but it's not above recognizing off-color terminology once it has entered the popular lexicon. Buttmunch, arse-kisser, and douchebaggery are just a few entertaining examples of the more than 1400 new words added to the dictionary this quarter.

According to Quartz, making sure the dictionary stays up-to-date is a never-ending process at the OED. On top of examining language trends for new general words to add, editors assess a chunk of the book every quarter to determine if any new additions or variations should be included. This time around they gave us a buttload of delightful new entries including d-bag, idiocracy, ass-end, and, well, buttload.

The editors also look at words that fall under a different theme each quarter. After looking at film- and cinema-related terms that have gained traction over the years, editors decided to make Kubrickian, Indiana Jones, Mrs. Robinson, Oscar bait, and more dictionary-official.

You can check out some of the highlights from the new entries below, and read the full list here.

1. arse-kisser
2. arseways
3. ass-end
4. ass-kicker
5. assless
6. Bobbitt
7. boobery
8. boof
9. booger
10. boogie
11. bum crack
12. bump and grind
13. butt-headed
14. butterface
15. buttface
16. butthole
17. buttload
18. buttmunch
19. d-bag
20. douchebaggery
21. douchey
22. idiocracy
23. jabroni
24. lumbersexual
25. sloppy seconds

[h/t Quartz]