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Think you’ve perfected your “tweetspeak”? Think again. The social media site know for its explosive popularity is also known for nurturing a unique set of vocabulary that grows just as rapidly as its user base. From “tweet” and “Twestival” to “twidiot” and “followspam,” there are more than enough Twitter terms to learn. Not to worry, though. Just browse through twictionary, a wiki dedicated to the language used by the tech-savvy crowd known as twitterers. But don’t be intimidated if you’ve never heard most of the hundreds of terms on the list — remember, it’s a wiki, so people can add anything they want, regardless of whether or not it’s a widely recognized term.

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