Carolyn Kellogg of the LA Times was trolling the Oxford English Dictionary online, when she caught some recent noteworthy additions to the tome–most notably “la-la land.”
Here’s the definition:
la-la land n. can refer either to Los Angeles (in which case its etymology is influenced by the common initialism for that city), or to a state of being out of touch with reality—and sometimes to both simultaneously.
The Times also hilariously topped Kellog’s post with a photo of Spiderman being arrested on Hollywood Boulevard. Good show!