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Aunt Grace explains common texting acronyms

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Have you ever gotten an email, a text message or read something and wondered what it meant?

I’m talking about acronyms.

These are like anagrams to me.

I’ve never been very good at deciphering them.

Here are a few of the list of 50 acronyms I found on the internet:

• AFAIF — As far as I know
• C&P — Copy and paste
• FWIW — For what it’s worth
• HF — Have fun
• HTH — Hope this helps
• IDK — I don’t know
• ILY — I love you
• IMHO — In my humble opinion
• ICYMI — In case you missed it
• DGMW — Don’t get me wrong
• NNTR — No need to reply
• NM — Never Mind

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