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ChatSlang.com is now Slangit.com!
May 21, 2015 - The website you've known as ChatSlang.com for the past several years is now Slangit! This change reflects the wide range of slang terms we now list on our website. We started off defining only acronyms and abbreviations used in online chat, but we now have thousands of other slang terms as well. Slangit is not just a resource for chat slang, but for slang used in sports, finance, medicine, pop culture and just about anywhere else.
We also have some pretty exciting changes planned for later this year, so stay tuned!
Trending Slang: Grexit
Slang - A good place to start is the Common Slang page, which lists acronyms, abbreviations, and slang terms that are important to know. For a complete list of abbreviations used in online chat and text messaging, check out the Chat Abbreviations page. If you are a parent, you may want to familiarize yourself with the terms found in the Parents' Checklist. Finally, if you want to decipher entire slang phrases, you can use the Slang Translator.
Emoticons - If you're looking for popular emoticons, visit the Common Emoticons page, which includes a list of the most commonly used text-based expressions. Looking for an emoticon for a specific holiday or event? Visit the Seasonal Emoticons page. You can also browse through a list of Emoticon Shortcuts to view text shortcuts supported by Facebook, Gmail, and popular instant messaging programs.
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