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NoSlang.com launches drug slang translator
NoSlang.com, the web's leading internet slang dictionary, expanded it's offerings today with a drug slang translator geared toward parents, educators, law enforcement, and students.
NoSlang.com Launches Drug Slang Dictionary and Translator
The top web resource for Internet slang branches out into drug slang in a move designed to help further educate parents.
Allen Park, MI., June 25, 2007—NoSlang.com, a top Internet slang resource, just announced NoSlang Drugs - a drug slang translator. The translator (located at http://www.noslang.com/
"It just seemed like the next logical step," said site creator Ryan Jones, "NoSlang gets several hundred user submissions each week, and while reviewing them I noticed that many dealt with drug terms. Up until now I simply deleted them because they didn't fit the overall theme. Then it hit me: Why not offer a drug dictionary as well?"
The new drug site is ideal for parents, teachers, coaches, law enforcement officers, and concerned teens. Jones, who was recently featured in a CNET article about Internet slang, said he plans to offer top 10 lists, quizzes, and articles geared toward parents in the near future. These additional offerings are similar to the features already offered on the Internet slang version of NoSlang.com. Jones has also published a print version of his internet slang dictionary, but says no plans are in the works for a drug book at this time.