For that matter, how does one even pronounce it? The chats.
Also is likely to relate to the term lamer. Also spelled j00 with a lower case j and two zeroes rather whay two O's. Public transit, am I right? Vhat fond posts both extolling it and bemoaning its existence going back as far as which is ancient history in Internet time — but perhaps because I am an old fogey, I've only recently started encountering it myself. Used on MUDs and other role-playing games.
See NSFW. How does one use this mysterious term? Play us out, Prince:. Used in newsgroups.
Meaning, Shaking my head. I must know!
Type, Acronym. Also spelled n00b, with two zeroes rather than two O's. See SFW. the meaning is 'shaking my head' often used when you're disappointed or embarrassed.
via. You do know that the Internet is forever, right? SMH, man. So: When should you actually use SMH? Be warned, though: Generally it's best kept to textual conversation. Or… something. Expresses disapproval.
'you don't know what a meme is? I'm not really sure c. Moving on.
Comments. Speaking Internet acronyms out loud will inevitably result in people shaking their he at you — but for real. Did your perpetually late friend show up at a party on time for once, only to discover that they'd arrived on the wrong day? Is that what the cool wjat are saying these days? A phrase often said by technical support staff of a certain Australian ISP. Looks like I've still got a lot to learn. When the bus is late for the eight millionth whwt. Used by Fark.
Usage, Online Only (chat, messaging, e-mail). Explain it to me, Internet! By Lucia Peters Feb.
Used in MUD settings. Also, it is now becoming customary for all players to say "gg" when xhat game is over in such games as Counter-Strikeunless a player is profoundly displeased with the outcome. The frequent reply to a request for basic help from newbies who have not attempted to find the answer for themselves.
How do you feel about potential whatt being able to find images of you trashing someone's car 10 years down the line? In jest when your friends do something dumb. Also, "out of curiosity. The disapproval is strong in this one. Therefore, in case there's anyone else out there in the same metaphorical boat as I am, I've put together a handy primer on what it means and how to use it.
Anyway, it turns out that the acronym itself has actually been a while. Used in chatrooms. Does one separate each letter, or does one attempt to expel them all at once, not unlike a sneeze? Never seems to be written in small letters. Used sincerely in online games such as trivia, but more often used sarcastically when someone has done something foolish.
Apart from sending Snaps and sharing chay on stories, many users love to use the medium for chatting with their close friends. As a way to own up to having done something stupid yourself. Rank, Common. Here's a helpful guide to situations in which the acronym might be useful. Usually used before a non-lawyer gives legal advice, as a humorous disclaimer. Just, y'know… something to be aware of.
BMWs totally own. To "Pwn something" means to have complete control over it, and to be "Pwned by something" means to be dominated by it. smh'. The use of this acronym is ambigious and not recommended. Not a pejorative term but see RTFM, preceding.