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LOML is an acronym that stands for “Love Of My Life”. Being used as an adjective, LOML can be found on people, places, activities, or items. It doesn’t necessarily mean a romantic lover as for example a favorite ice cream
“PITA” stands for “pain in the a**”. “PITA” = “P” (Pain) + “I” (In) + “T” (The) + “A” (A**) “PITB” = “P” (Pain) + “I” (In) + “T” (The) “ “B” (Butt) Other Meanings “PITA” can also mean a type of Mediterranean bread or a person
In most cases, “YBF” refers to “your best friend.” A quick search for the acronym “YBF” reveals that there are several different meanings. Although it can be used in many ways, one seems to be the most widely accepted. It can
The slang term ‘soz’ is an abbreviated way of saying, sorry. While it is an informal way to say I’m sorry, it should remain in the informal conversation. Use of ‘soz’ for other purposes than a flip I’m sorry, could actually
What Does WT Mean? The acronym “WT” is used on the internet to represent the phrase “white trash.” “White trash” is a derogatory term used to define poor white people, especially those that live in trailer parks and in the
The slang term “weeb” is a descriptive term that is used humorously or as a serious insult to describe someone obsessed with Japanese culture. It is an abbreviation of the full term “weeaboo.” Origin of Weeb The term “weeb”
The definition of ‘pfp’ is ‘Picture For Proof’. You may also find ‘pfp’ meaning ‘Profile Picture’. It is exactly as it sounds, a person’s profile picture. The term is used most often in conversations about social media.
The slang term “wh” means an abbreviated form of the words “what,” “when,” or “why.” It is used as an expression mostly of shock and confusion at the same time when someone says something that is both shocking and confusing.
RTW stands for “Rule The World”. Commonly used among younger teenagers, and a few older ones, who view themselves as either edgy or “random”; that is, eccentric. It is more commonly used in online gaming as there are games
“TFW” stands for “that feel when.” We can use it in a lot of situations. It usually comes at the beginning of a social media post or sentence to describe how someone feels at the moment. Although it is not clear where the