Surreal is Merriam-Webster's word of the year 2016. Sounds about right.
Marlene Breverman stashed this in 2016 Word of the Year
Many people globally have felt the grounds of reality shift beneath them in 2016, and it’s only getting curiouser
And what does surreal mean?
"Merriam-Webster Dictionary announced Monday that its official word of the year for 2016 is “surreal”, which the dictionary defines as “marked by the intensity of a dream."
"One day after Leonard Cohen died, Donald Trump pulled off one of the greatest upsets in American political history. That’s when 2016 went from being a bad dream to full-on waking nightmare, one that’s just gotten more and more surreal.’"
Life is but a dream, right?
Nope to The Four Seasons. More now, like this:
We might not like this reality, but it is very real.