In this era of slang and abbreviations, who would reply to friends using long phrases? Interactions with friends on Snapchat have become a vital and most interesting part of each and everyone’s life. There are many slang and abbreviations used on social media apps to interact with family and friends. The same is the case with Snapchat. There are many interesting and cool abbreviations that are used by Snapchatters either to message someone or as captions over their Snapchat stories and Snaps. Today, we will discuss one of the most abbreviated phrases which is WTM. If you are new to this acronym, don’t worry as we are here to help you understand the meaning of WTM on Snapchat.
- Acronyms are used worldwide as people find using acronyms cool and interesting.
- The commonly used acronym is WTM which means What’s the Move.
- WTM is used to ask someone to confirm some plan and to ask someone what is happening.
However, if you want a better understanding of WTM on Snapchat, you must read till the end.
WTM – What does it actually mean?
WTM simply means What’s The Move. You don’t need to get confused after reading this. This is the new way to ask someone about their life and their plans. Yes, you read it right. What’s The Move is to ask someone about their plan or whether they are willing to hang out with you. Suppose you have to ask someone about the plan tomorrow whether they are willing to come with you or not, then you will message them “WTM tomorrow?”
This message lets them know you’re asking them about tomorrow’s plan, and they’ll respond with a confirmation if they want to join. If not, they will let you know that they will not be able to join you.
Another case when you can message someone WTM is to ask them about what are they up to and what is happening in their life lately. Therefore if you want to ask your friends how they are doing, you can message them WTM, and even when you want to confirm that the other person is willing to get involved in some plan.
But there is another meaning to WTM, which is What’s The Matter. Suppose you have a friend on Snapchat and they texted you “WTM”, you should know that they are asking you about what happened to you. If you also find your friend not doing well or is worried about something, you can text them WTM.
If you want to make the other person show how much you care about them and are concerned about their life, you can text them WTM.
Examples where you can use WTM
Now that you know the meaning of WTM, you must be wondering how you can use WTM while texting someone on Snapchat or using it as a caption for posting stories and sending snaps to your friends.
To check on the other person
If you have a friend and you want to know what they are up to, you can text them WTM. This is a way of showing your concern to the other person that you care about them and you want to know what they are doing in their life lately. Also, it can be used to check how the other person’s life is going on. Below is an example of how you can use WTM while texting your friends.
You: How are you? WTM?
Them: Nothing much, just busy with some household chores.
You: I think we should catch up soon for coffee.
They: Sure, we should.
Above is an example that will explain how you can use WTM while texting a friend.
To confirm a plan
Another way to use WTM is to confirm a plan with your friend. If you planned a vacation or going to a party with your friend, and you want to either ask them or remind them about your plan, you can simply text them WTM and they will answer you accordingly. This is infact a short and interesting way to ask someone out without texting long phrases that the person would not want to read. Below is an example of how you can use WTM to ask your friend about a plan.
You: How are you doing?
Them: I am doing well.
You : WTM tomorrow? Are you coming to the party?
Them: Sorry! I would love to, but I have some prior commitments.
You: No problem, we will miss you!
How you can use Whats The Matter while texting
As you know WTM doesn’t only mean What’s The Move, but it also means What’s The Matter. It is used when you want to know what the other person is concerned about. If you find that one of your friends is not doing well and is tense about something, you can message them asking about what is bothering them. You don’t have to text them long phrases, but can only text them WTM. Therefore, it is also the best way to show someone that you care about them are are concerned about their problems.
Below is an example of how you can use WTM to ask your friend.
You: How are you doing?
Them: I am doing well.
You: WTM? I found you being anxious in the classroom.
Them: Nothing but just worried about the deadline for the assignment.
You: Don’t worry, you will submit it before the deadline approaches.
Them: Thank you for showing concern.
Some other acronyms used on Snapchat
We all live in this modern and advanced world where no one talks or texts without using acronyms. You might be one of those who use acronyms while texting your friends and family members. Though it is confusing to some people at the same time an interesting way to interact with those who you know. Spangs and acronyms are everywhere now, from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat, we can see them everywhere. But the most common social media app where these slang and acronyms are used is Snapchat. You must have used slang and acronyms while messaging or sending snaps to someone on Snapchat. These can also be used as captions while sending Snaps and posting stories on Snapchat.
In this section, we have tried to list some of the most used abbreviations that are commonly used on Snapchat. If you want to know what are they, you can read them below.
- FC: If on Snapchat, you receive a text from your friend saying “FC”, by this you should get to know that they are asking you to FaceTime. A Snapchat friend can also use “FC” in their story asking if someone is willing to have a Facetime on Snapchat.
- SB: SB can be used if you want to say Send Back. If you want a friend to send you a streak back, you can text them SB. This has a similar meaning to ESB, which is discussed further.
- ESB: ESB is used to say Everyone Send Back Snap. If you want to maintain streak with your friends and they havent sent you the streak, then you can text them ESB
- NRS: When you dont want to stay active on Snapchat and arenot feeling to be social, you can use NRS. NRS means No Replies. You can aither send this as a message or use it as a caption on your Snapchat story to let your friends know that you will not be able to reply to them and send them snaps.
- HMU: The meaning of HMU means Hit Me Up. When you want the other person to text you on Snapchat as soon as they are done with someone important they were doing, then you can use HMU.
- GTG: GTB means Got To Go. Suppose you are having a conversation with your friend and they have an important work to do, then they will text you GTG which means that they need to go now and will text you later.
- MMK: This abbreviation is used for Mmm Okay. This is an informal way to end a conversation. Also if you dont want to send someone a long reply, you can text them MMK.
- AMOS: This acronym is used to say ‘Add Me on Snapchat’.
What is the meaning of WTW on Snapchat?
Another very commonly used abbreviation used on Snapchat is WTW. Now you must be thinking why are we mentioning it here and what does this mean? WTW means What’s The Word and the reason why we have mentioned it here is because it has the same meaning as WTM. Just like the WTM is used to ask someone about their life, WTW means the same. Suppose a person texts you “WTW” at night, by that you can know that they are asking you about how your day went and how are you doing. It is in fact a good way to start a conversation with your friends if you don’t have much to say at the beginning. Also if you want to have a discussion about the day with your friends, you can invite them to text you by saying WTW.
Both are used to know what the other person is up to and also to confirm a plan.
Below is an example of how you can use WTW in chat on Snapchat.
To check what the other person is up to
You: How are you? WTW?
Them: Nothing much, just busy with New Year party preparations..
You: It will be fun on New Year’s Eve.
They: Yes, it will.
To know about a plan.
You: How are you doing?
Them: I am doing well.
You: WTM tomorrow? Are you coming to the Beach with us?
Them: Sure, I would love to.
You: Okay then let’s meet tomorrow.
As we all use Snapchat, we are addicted to interacting with our Snapchat friends with messages and snaps. But who would write long phrases and lengthy texts to communicate with friends? That is why we use abbreviations. An interesting and powerful way of communicating with our friends and family members. Are you also one of those who are fond of texting others using slang and abbreviations? Slangs and abbreviations are used all over the internet these days and every one of us uses acronyms on social media apps. These also include Snapchat. Many users on Snapchat use acronyms to text their friends and family and as a caption, while they share a snap or post any story. Interesting isn’t it? In the above guide, we have mentioned a commonly used acronym which is WTM. It means What’s The Move?
This acronym is used to find out about the other person’s life. If you text someone WTM, they will get to know that you are willing to know about their life. If you want to know what the other person is up to or how their life is going lately, you can simply text them WTM.
This is in fact a very nice and kind gesture to let the other person know that they matter to you and you are concerned about them.
However, this is another meaning to WTM which is What’s the matter? This is used to know why the other person is anxious and what is bothering them. Therefore if you find your friend confused or tense about a situation, ask them by texting them on Snapchat.
Another acronym is WTW, which means What’s The Word? This acronym is also used to know about the other person’s life. Both WTM and WTW have the same meaning.
WTM and WTW can be used in two contexts, either to check up on someone’s life or to know about some plan.
These acronyms are an interesting way to start a conversation with your friends. If you are going to text someone new, you don’t have to think too much about what you should text them, you just have to text them these abbreviations. These texts are a perfect choice if you are short of words and don’t know how to communicate with the other person. Therefore, texting these acronyms will make a positive impact on the other person and also get the chat flowing.
We have also mentioned above some acronyms that are used on Snapchat very frequently. Therefore if you find it difficult to know the meaning of a certain acronym on Snapchat, make sure to go through the above information again.
On Snapchat, DM means direct messaging someone.
On Snapchat, OFC means of course.
YH means Yes. If you see someone texting you YH, you should know that they are saying yes.