Tweet in Klingon

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Have you ever wanted to send out tweets on Twitter in another language? TwitLan lets you translate your tweets in 81 different languages. But that’s… boring. How about a website that allows you to tweet using a fictional foreign or intergalactic language? TweetInKlingon.com allows you to send messages on Twitter, translated into the same language as the famous reoccurring Star Trek villains.

The language’s basic sound, along with a few words, was first devised by actor James Doohan (aka “Scotty”) for Star Trek: The Motion Picture,  subsequently developed by Marc Okrand into a full-fledged language.

According to our friends at Mashable, Cryptic Studios worked with Friend2Friend to create the site. Messages are automatically translated, hash-tagged and linked to an English-conversion URL (which makes it helpful for the many Trekkers, Trekkies and non-Trek fans who are unable to converse completely in Klingon).

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