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  1. #1
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    Default What do the abbreviations mean?

    Can anybody tell me what all the abbreviations people use when chatting are - like
    LOL or ROFL or <G> - stuff like that. Is there a site I could go to that tells you what they all are?

    Thanks guys

  2. #2
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    Hi new to this-chatting is fun eh?

    LOL-means 'laughing out loud'
    LMAO-means 'laughing my arse off
    BRB-means 'be right back'
    GTG-means'got to go'
    <G>-I have no idea.

    These are just some of the ones I know. There are also 'emoticons'. They are faces that when you look at them side of [] (that is a smiley face. You could also try a search engine like AltaVista and search, there will be something I am sure!

    Later!

  3. #3
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    Theres lots of abbreviations and if you chat in msn they are listed somewhere in help.
    some are
    pmsl = p**s my self laffing
    brb = be right back
    afk = away from keyboard
    ty = thank you
    yw = your welcome
    wb = welcome back
    rotfl = rolling on the floor laffing
    etc etc etc
    all different chat sites have their own little abbreviations so don't be scared to ask either. Apart from msn chat you could also try nzchat which is where a lot of the chatters have gone to after xtra closed their chat site and went to msn
    www.nzchat.net.nz

  4. #4
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    <g> means 'grin'. Can sometimes be giggle.

    Try this site:
    http://www.acronymfinder.com/

    Type out your abbrev. hit Find and they will come!

  5. #5
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    ROFL = Roll on floor laughing (!)

  6. #6
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    This is my personal favourite; IHA -I hate acronyms !!

  7. #7
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    Default Re: What do the abbreviations mean?

    Many of the acronyms have three letters. Thus they are called Three Letter Acronyms (TLAs). Panic struck the computer world in the early 80s when it was realised that there would soon be a shortage of TLAs (there are *only* 26x26x26 of them).

    The problem was solved in a simple way: there are now also a lot of '4 letter TLA's.


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