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Tweet In Klingon – A Twitter Translator
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Tom Cheredar   |  
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2009-12-09-klingonNerd Trekkers rejoice!

There’s a brand new way to annoy friends on Twitter with what you’re eating by translating your 140-character weakling human message into a barely pronounceable battle cry.

Simply type your message into the web app on Tweet In Klingon and it’ll be translated into the language of the wrinkly-headed race of aliens from the Star Trek universe.

However, if you’re at a loss for what exactly one would want to tweet in Klingon, there is a list of pre-packaged messages like “When a warrior goes into battle, he does not abandon his friends” and “Your mother has a smooth forehead.”

The site was created by the folks at Cryptic Studios, who are developing the Star Trek MMO RPG that’s due out in February 2010.

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