Online Abbreviations Used Commonly

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Most of us know well known abbreviations in any context such as “BF” or “ILY”, though as online communication progressed, abbreviations became more and mroe advanced. Form the initial “ASL” that asked “age, sex, location” shorthand abbreviations have been developed to express distinct and clear communication.

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“AAMOF” meaning “As a matter of fact“, “IIRC” saying “If I remember correctly” (and not “Internet relay chat” that used to be on of the first online text messaging), or even “MMB” indicating that the conversation is just ended (“Message me back“). Clever, original, short abbreviations that obviously alter the original online language. Enjoy.

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