Most Commonly Used Internet Slangs & Acronyms

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Teens these days come up with some of the most bizarre texts and words or acronyms that one can't even think of! Such words tend to become a trend and hence slang words/phrases/acronyms are invented!

Here is a list of the most commonly used internet slangs or acronyms that people have been following of late!

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From "BAE to TIL", there are many such abbreviations that are used for the slangs on internet. We bet, most of us do not even know the actual full form of the slang and yet use it!

Find out these words or acronyms and their actual meaning behind it!



It means 'babe or before anyone else'! It is a term of endearment that is used either as a shortening of "babe" or as an acronym of "before anyone else".



This is nothing but 'Direct Message'. This is a direct message feature that is used in 'Twitter', as it lets you send and receive messages without the glare of the public.



This slang is hardly handy, yet people use it to sound cool! It means 'F**k My Life'. It became famous when a blog started a forum with this word/acronym and people started posting their 'FML' stories.



Holy Lord! This stands for 'Today I Learnt'! This term is generally used on threads where a poster shows that they have learnt something new! The other meaning of this word is 'Totally in Love' as well.

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This means 'In Real Life'. It is simply used on the internet for placing emphasis on the difference between the virtual life that people lead and their actual life!



This means nothing but "What You Doing". It is a question that is most commonly used on social media platforms and texting. It is a way of expressing curiosity and confusion.

So, how many of these slang terms or acronyms did you know? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Story first published: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 11:45 [IST]
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