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Gizoogle, the online search engine that turns anything you want into Snoop Dogg-inspired lingo, is back and better than ever thanks to some anonymous program designers with a dream.

In 2005, John Beatty got the idea to create the website based on his friend's use of slang and of course, Snoop Dogg, with his "Doggy Fizzle Telefizzle" show on MTV. The site was available on and off until 2011.

The new creators wrote special algorithms and added more translations and brought the site back. Words commonly used on the site include, "tha," "dis," "wit" and anything you can think of to add "-izzle" to. But remember, this is R-rated content so it may not be for everyone.

"Gizoogle was created in his honor and we want to honour both the man and the machine," according to the site.

 

Here's how it works:

1. Go to www.gizzoogle.net

2. Type in anything to search.

3. Click on the links

4. Proceed to laugh very hard. But maybe save it for when you aren't at work.

For instance, let's try Gizoogling "Boston:"

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And one more with the Boston Red Sox:

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Maybe we wouldn't trust this site for all of Red Sox news, but it is still pretty funny.

Go ahead. Gizoogle. Enjoy.

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