Has someone on the internet asked you to recommend a good bop? Get your playlists ready! Here’s what this fun, music-related slang term means and how to use it online.
Have you written about your accomplishments only to have someone call them a “BFD”? Sometimes, a BFD isn’t as big a deal as it seems. Here’s what this sarcastic internet slang term means and how to use it….
Have you ever seen a random block of text online that made absolutely no sense? It may have been a copypasta: a unique type of internet meme. Let’s take a look at where this tasty-sounding term originates and an example of wh…
If someone’s ever sent you “FS” in response to your messages, you should consider it a good sign. Here’s what this initialism means and how to use it in your texts.
Bumping can be one of the most annoying practices on the internet. If you’ve ever seen someone spam “bump” on a post for seemingly no reason, here’s why, and what they’re trying to communicate.
If someone tells you they’re “FR,” they want you to take them seriously. Here’s what FR and FRFR mean and how to use them in your posts and messages.
Most of the time, “TFTI” is a sign that someone feels left out. Here’s what this acronym means and why it might make your group chats more awkward.
Despite its grim look, the skull emoji actually means something surprisingly lighthearted on the internet. Here’s what all those skulls in the comments sections mean.
It’s one of the most popular slang terms on the web for a reason. Here’s what BC means and how it can save you a few extra seconds whenever you type a sentence explaining yourself.
One of the hottest internet acronyms among today’s teenagers is ISTG. Here’s what this versatile slang term means and how you can use it in your messages and social media posts.
No, we’re not talking about baseball caps. Here’s what this unusual internet slang term means and why you’re seeing it all over Tweets and song lyrics.
Have you seen people on the internet discussing the “fandoms” they’re a part of? Fandoms are some of the most powerful forces on the internet. Here’s what these devoted fanbases are and how they bring people together….
GM and GN are ways to start and end the day with someone special. Here’s what these time-based acronyms mean and how to use them in your conversations.
Have you ever been told to “touch grass” after a heated internet fight? Don’t worry, you don’t need to go to your local park for this. Here’s what the phrase means and how you can use it properly.
AF stands for “as fuck” on the internet and is used to emphasize something in an either humorous or serious way. The lowercase form, af, communicates a lighter and more relaxed tone.
Has someone done you the honor of calling you an OG? It’s a sign of respect. We’ll explain what an OG is and how to use this slang term to refer to someone you admire.
GTFO is one of the internet’s oldest insults, and it’s still being thrown around to this day. Here’s what this aggressive initialism means and where you can use it appropriately.
This internet slang phrase has nothing to do with a free place to stay for the night. Rent free has become one of the internet’s most beloved insults in recent years, and here’s why.
It’s almost impossible to browse the internet without seeing “STFU” at least once. Here’s what this intense acronym means and why you might want to avoid throwing it around.
If you’re on social media, there’s a good chance that you have a DP. Here’s what this acronym means and why you might run into it on the internet.
If you see TIA at the end of a message, they’re probably not referring to a woman named Tia—it’s a way to subtly encourage you to help them out. Here’s what TIA means and how to use it.
Don’t be fooled—XD is not an acronym! It’s a great way to express yourself on the internet without busting out the emoji keyboard. Here’s what this text-based emoji means and how you can start using it….
Has someone replied to you with “whoosh” on social media or in a chat discussion? There might be something you’re not getting. Here’s what it means and how to use it online.
If you’re planning to go clothes shopping on reseller markets, look out for products that are “NWT” and “BNWT,” Here’s what these acronyms mean and how to use them on online marketplaces.
If you’re looking to sell your stuff online, you should add WTS to your vocabulary. Here’s what this acronym is and how to use it to unload your stuff.