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Twitterish is the New World Language

Say goodbye to English, French, Dutch etc.

Say Hello to Twitterish.

A wonder of human evolution.
After systematically losing the ability to communicate effectively thanks to wonderful inventions like Texting, email, IM and Twitter, the human species now has deconstructed a simpler form of language... Twitterish.

The Collins English Oxford Dictionary now will now become the Twitterish Twittsford Twittionary.
And for those needing to find similar words and meaning, we now have the Collins Twitterish Twittionary & Twittsaurus.

All hail Twitter.

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