Urban Dictionary Has a New Competitor
02/06/2013

Urban Dictionary has a new competitor down the block – Suburban Dictionary. Founded in July 2012, www.suburbandictionary.net actually shares many aspects in common with Urban Dictionary. Users are able to register on the site and add their own words.

Online PR News – 06-February-2013 – Atlanta,GA,(Georgia),United States – Urban Dictionary has a new competitor down the block – Suburban Dictionary. Founded in July 2012, www.suburbandictionary.net actually shares many aspects in common with Urban Dictionary. Users are able to register on the site and add their own words. Once they have added words, visitors can like or dislike the definitions that have been provided.

Two things make Suburban Dictionary stand apart from Urban Dictionary, though. First, users can make comments on words. Comments are linked to social networking profiles so that visitors’ friends can join in the discussion. Second, each word is limited to one definition. This doesn’t mean that users cannot add definitions of words that are already there. Instead, founder of Suburban Dictionary, Nicholaus Nelson-Goedert, tells me that they will pick the best definitions provided for each word.

Words on the site vary from typical slang to regionalisms and more elaborate plays off of words. One of these words is mitch, which is a male version of a racy term for women. The word was written by a user named Meg Fuller and was inspired by The Real Husbands of Hollywood, a television show starring comedian Kevin Hart.

The website’s popularity has grown in recent months mainly because of the irreverent slang words that have been added, along with sarcastic plays off of words in the comments sections. Cleveland Savage, a mechanical engineering graduate student at the University of Minnesota has taken a real liking to the site. “If there are three websites you should visit this year, visit Suburban Dictionary three times,” according to Savage.

Hector Cendejas-Vigliotti of Manassas Park, Virginia says that he likes the vibe of the Suburban Dictionary. “I like both sites, but I feel as if the vibe is different. To me, it’s more relaxed, kind of like going back home to the suburbs.”

The future success of Suburban Dictionary remains to be seen. Despite potential challenges, all indications suggest that the new neighborhood is here to stay.

About Suburban Dictionary

Suburban Dictionary is an online interactive dictionary. It aims to provide an avenue for individuals to educate each other on new slang terms, accomplished by addition of words and comments on the website. Only words of the highest quality are approved to optimize user experience. Though terms cover a wide variety of topics, many of them can get quite controversial. Young adults and curious individuals are the primary audiences.For More Details Please Visit Us At:-http://www.suburbandictionary.net/