Twitter Launches Lolcatz - New Language Option

Twitter Launches Lolcatz - New Language Option

Just akin to Facebook's move some time back, Twitter has also introduced a novelty language option. The same has been dubbed as Lolcat, which the social networking website claims would allow users to check out their whole profile in the new language as well.

The report finds that Facebook had introduced a pirate language option. With the same, the users could see their profile having a number of arrr! and plunderin'.

Now, Twitter's new option may add it to the social networks list, all of which possess a different language option. Users of Twitter can set the new language as permanent also. The language is not too different from the English language.

It has been found that other things though, would flip into the LOLCATZ mode, the tweets would all remain the same when the language would be selected. Mainly, the changes would be witnessed on the screen's left side.

`Following' would turn into all-caps, becoming FOLLOWIN, whilst other things like Favorites, Lists, Tweets and Followers, would all be changed to caps. There would be other difference like "VIEW FOTO" for photographs and "mah" would be seen instead of "my".

To conclude, it has been said that the Lolcatz language is all about a lot of all-caps words, which are spelled just as they are pronounced.

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