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  1. بواسطة ام بنين

    السلام عليكم

    ليس العرب فقط من لديهم لغة عامية ولغة فصحى لكن الغربيون ايضا لهم لغة عامية يسمونها street language او Slang واحيانا يسمونها Trash

    طلب مني احد الاخ @عالم الوهم بكتابة هذا الموضوع بحكم خبرتي البسيطة حيث اعيش في الغرب

    الموضوع حصري لمنتدى نبع الفرات وعند النقل يجب ذكر المصدر

    سوف اورد بعض الكلمات او الجمل التي يستعملها الغربيون في الشارع حيث لا يهتمون الى القواعد كثيرا ويقومون بأختصار الكلمات فأحيانا لانفهم ما يقولون ونسألهم ان يرددوه ببطئ او بصورة اوضح


    انا حاضرة لاي سؤال او استفسار والموضوع مفتوح للنقاش ان شاء الله

    من الكلمات التي يستعملونها بكثرة هي gonna ويقصدون بها going

    مثال am gonna eat يقولونها بدل I am going to eat
  2. بواسطة ام بنين

    في الكثير من الكلمات لا يلفظون حرف T مثلا water يقولون wader

    translator يقولون translador

    يعني يكون لفظها شبه معدوم او قريب لحرف d
  3. بواسطة ام بنين

    جمل شائعة ومعانيها

    He just bought a new beemer to drive to work in يعني اشترى سيارة BMW ليذهب بها للعمل

    After working all day I am really beat يعني انهد حيلي بالشغل ههههه

    He barfed all over the seat of the airplane يعني تقيأ اجلكم الله

    He's an ace reporter يعني صحفي ممتاز

    Do you know where the action is in this town يعني اي المناطق اكثر إثارة

    My sister's boyfriend is a real airhead يعني غبي هههههه

    Your ideas about politics are all wet يعني خاطئة
  4. بواسطة ام بنين

    الموضوع متجدد ولي عودة ان شاء الله
  5. بواسطة عالم الوهم

    احسنتي اختي الفاضله ام بنين اوفدينا بما تسعفك ذاكرتك
  6. بواسطة Ibn Babil

    معلومات رائعة
    شكراً لمجهودكِ المميز أم بنين
    :1 (51):
  7. بواسطة ام بنين

    شكرا لمروركما العطر لي عودة ان شاء الله تعالى
  8. بواسطة ام بنين

    I wanna eat بدل I want to eat

    I feel nut يعني مثل المجنون او بلا عقل

    don't get so bent لا تغضب
    don't get so bent out of shape يعني لا تضوج او تنقهر
  9. بواسطة ام بنين

    He carried a ten inch blade with him يعني سكين مو سيف ههههه

    You really have big mouth يعني تحجي هواي ههههه

    I always seems to have a blimp sitting next to me when I travel يعني سمين
  10. بواسطة ام بنين

    I am going to blow out of here now يعني اغادر

    He blew all his money gambling يعني خسرها

    He don't blow a fuse يعني مثل ما نكول مطفي من الرئيسي او ما يفتهم هههههه

    calm down ,don't blow your cool يعني لا تصير عصبي
  11. بواسطة ام بنين

    I was blown away with his donation of million يعني تعجبت

    The movie was a bomb يعني سيء

    the driver of the car was bombed يعني شارب او تحت تأثير المخدرات

    I think I am going bonker يعني راح انجن او اتخبل هههههه
  12. بواسطة ام بنين

    انتظرو المزيد :)
  13. بواسطة Rain

    روعه حبي موضوع كووولش مفيد
    مرات ال t يلفضوها r مو
    مثلا beautiful يلفضوها beauriful مو لو مو مو:smileys-thinking-70
  14. بواسطة ام بنين

    اسعدني مرورك غاليتي

    اي صح مرات تصير r

    راح يخبلوني بال t و لفظها يومية شكل :lmao:
  15. بواسطة Rain

    احسن شئ من توصلين لحرف ال t عطسي حتى تضيع السالفه هههههههههههههههههههههههههههه
    اي اني هم يخبلوني مرات اصلا من يلفظون الكلمه تصير ولا نفسها الي نكتبها عبالك غير كلمه
  16. بواسطة ام بنين

    ههههههههه خوش فكرة راح اعطس منا ورايح :lmao:
  17. بواسطة ام بنين

    If you make another boo-boo like that, you won't have a job يعني غلطة او خطأ

    I need some bread to pay for my car يعني فلوس مو خبز ههههههه

    Break it up, or I will call the police يعني كافي او اسكت او لا تمسخها ههههه

    The news of the airplane crash was a bring-down يعني مؤسفة او يضيق الخلق

    Do you have a buck I can borrow دائما يسمون الدولار buck والدولارات bucks والسنت penny والعشر سنتات dime والخمس سنتات nickel والخمس وعشرين سنت quarter
  18. بواسطة ام بنين

    I was really bummed after I heard the news يعني ضجت او حزنت

    My trip to New York was a bummer يعني مو خوش او مو زينة

    The whole idea was a bust يعني فاشلة

    The weatherman made a good call about when the storm would come يعني توقعه كان بمحله

    If you don't slow down, you will buy it in a car accident يعني تموت مو تشتري هههههه

    Do you know where the can is يعني الحمام او المرافق الصحية

    My motorcycle's carb is out of adjustment يعني الكابريتر
  19. بواسطة ام بنين

    I'm going to lie on the beach and catch some rays يعني اتشمس هههههه

    انتظرو المزيد
  20. بواسطة ام بنين

    I need to catch some Z's before I go on my trip يعني انام شوية

    That is really a cheesy looking outfit يعني رخيص

    Don't be a chicken يعني جبان

    That really was a chintzy present you got him رخيصة

    I need to find a place to chow down اكل هواي

    Watch out or they will clip you يخدعونك

    I can't go on a date in that clunker سيارة قديمة

    My date for the dance was a cold fish غامض

    I knew they would collar the robber sooner or later يقبضون عليه

    He has to come up for air or he will die from exhaustion يستريح

    Don't try to con me تخدع

    This is a really cool place to work خوش مكان

    Things should cool down in a day or two تهدأ

    How did you get the road sign? I copped it سرقتها

    The cop showed me his badge الشرطي
  21. بواسطة مِعَ ـآنٌدُ جَـروِحًـة

    شكرا لك ع الموضوع ..اعتقد فقد المتمرس باللغة يكدر يفرق ويعرف معنى الجمل واللهجة الامريكية تختلف عن الندرسها بالعراق
    لان مناهجنة بريطانية

    :t3007:
  22. بواسطة ام بنين

    كلامك صحيح لهجات هواي تختلف حتى الامريكان ولاية عن ولاية تختلف اللهجة
  23. بواسطة MiSs MeMo

    You are amazing

    Thanks sister
  24. بواسطة ام بنين

    YW
  25. بواسطة ام بنين

    Here are some other common slang



    Ankle biter – a derogatory term for an infant or small child

    Bail – leaving in a hurry

    Chillin' – spending time with your friends

    For real – speaking honestly and truthfully

    Hooker – a female prostitute or someone who is behaving like a prostitute

    In a New York minute – to do something very fast

    Juiced – to be very excited or eager to do something

    Knocked up – a woman coping with an unplanned pregnancy, usually someone who is either very young or unmarried

    Queen – a homosexual man

    Trashed – to be very drunk or to completely destroy someone’s property

    Zonked – completely exhausted, very tired
  26. بواسطة ام بنين

    Regional Slang Words

    كلمات تستخدم في بعض الولايات فقط

    Some slang words are commonly used nationwide and appear in nationwide communication such as movies, television and magazines; but, some slang words have not gone mainstream and are used only in certain regions of the U.S.


    Y'all (South and Texas) - a shorthand way to say "you all." Do y'all want to go?


    Fixin' to (South and Texas) - a quick way to say "about to." I'm fixin' to go. Are you ready too?


    Wicked (New England) - it translates as "really." These lobsters are wicked good.


    Clothes tree (Northeast) - a piece of furniture with extended arms that stands against the wall for hanging clothes.


    Hella (Northern California) - a very casual slang word used as an adjective to describe something that is really good. The waves are hella good, so it is a great day to surf.


    Bubbler (Eastern Wisconsin, eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island) - identifies a public drinking fountain. It was so hot after my walk that I looked for a bubbler in the park.


    Pank (Michigan's Upper Peninsula) - another way to say compress or push down. I had to pank down the garbage so that I could get more into the can.


    Bufflehead (Pennsylvania) - slang for idiot. The guy was a real bufflehead.


    Whoopensocker (Wisconsin) - a shorthand way to describe something that is really terrific. This multi-level burger is a real whoopensocker.


    Punee (Hawaii) - a small couch or day bed.
  27. بواسطة ام بنين

    Internet slang


    2= tow or to


    4= for


    10x= thanks


    10q= thank you
    A C?: AH! SI?
    AAF: As A Friend
    ADAD: Another Day Another Dollar
    ADIH: Another Day In Hell
    ADIP: Another Day in Paradise
    AEAP: As Early As Possible
    AFAICR: As far as I can recall / remember
    AFAICS: As far as I can see
    AFAICT: As far as I can tell
    AFAIK: As far as I know
    AFAIR: As far as I remember
    AFAP: As Far As Possible
    AFK: Away from keyboard
    ALOL: Actually laughing out loud
    ASAP: As soon as possible
    ATEOTD: At The End of the Day
    ATB: All the best
    ATM: At the moment
    AWOL: Absent Without (Official) Leave
    B2B: Business to Business
    B2C: Business to Customer
    B4: Before
    BBIAB: Be back in a bit
    BBQ: Barbecue.
    BBL/BBS: Be back later / shortly / soon
    BCNU: Be seein' you
    BFF: Best Friends Forever
    BFN: Bye For Now
    blog: Also known as web log or an online journal
    bot: Any type of automated software in chatrooms and web-cataloging software
    BRB: Be right back
    BSOD: Blue Screen of Death
    BTDT: Been there done that
    BTTT: Back to the top
    BTW: By the way
    CMIIW: Correct me if I'm wrong.
    COB: Close Of Business.
    crawl: To retrieve a web page along with the hyperlinks that reference it


    DFTT: Don't feed the trolls
    DFTBA: Don't forget to be awesome
    DIAF: Die in a fire
    D/L: Download
    DND: Do not disturb
    DOA: Dead on arrival. Refers to hardware that is broken on delivery.


    EOF: End of File
    EOM: End of Message
    EOL: End of Life (device or hardware that is at the end of its product life cycle) OR End of Line.
    EQ: EverQuest
    ETA: Estimated time of arrival


    F9: Fine
    FAQ: Frequently Asked Question(s)
    flamer: Someone who makes inflammatory, abusive or directly offensive comments. Similar to, but not quite the same as an Internet troll.
    FMCDH: From My Cold Dead Hands
    FOAF: Friend of a friend
    FTFY: Fixed that for you
    FTR: For the record
    FTL: For the loss
    FUD: Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (the purposeful spread of misinformation)
    FWIW: For what it's worth
    FYI: For your information


    GBTW: Get back to work
    GF: Great/good fight
    GFU: Good for you
    GG: Good game, used at or near the conclusion of a gaming match
    GGS: Good games
    GJ: Good job, often used in online gaming when a teammate performs an act benefitting his team, such as killing an opponent or enabling that kill
    GL: Good luck, used before commencing a game
    GMTA: Great minds think alike
    Godwin's law: Dictates that the longer a thread, the more likely someone will post a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler
    gratz: Congratulations
    GTG or G2G: 'Got to go' or 'Good to go'
    GR: Good Race


    HAND: have a nice day
    handle: Name used in online chat, (AKA nick(name), alias, screen/user name)
    HF: Have fun
    haxor or H4x0r (1337): Hacker
    hit: A request made to the web server, (noun) the results of an Internet search, (verb) loading a Web page. Hits are not equivalent to visitors of a webpage.
    home page: The website's introduction page, starting point, and guide. The technical term is "index"
    hot list: A collection of publicly available URLs (World Wide Web site addresses), sometimes available as text files.
    HTH: Hope this / that helps


    IANAL: I am not a lawyer
    IBTL: In before the lock
    IDK: I don't know
    IHT: I had to
    IONO: I don't know
    IIRC: If I recall / remember correctly
    IIUC: If I understand correctly
    ILY: I love you
    IMAO: In my arrogant opinion
    IMO: In my opinion
    IMHO: In my humble / honest opinion
    IMNSHO: In my not so humble opinion
    information superhighway: The Internet (AKA: I-way, infobahn)
    IOW: In other words
    IRC: Internet Relay Chat
    IRL: In real life
    ISTM: It seems to me
    ITYM: I Think You Mean
    IYKWIM: If you know what I mean
    IZI: Easy (French-speaking, from the group 92i)


    jaggy: aliased computer graphics
    JAS: Just a sec
    JFTR: Just for the record
    JK or j/k: Just kidding, or joke


    k or kk: OK
    KISS: Keep it simple stupid.
    KOS: Kill on sight
    KTHX: OK, thanks
    kthxbye: OK, thanks, goodbye, used either to cut short a conversation or to express displeasure with being cut short


    l8r: Later, L8R also sometimes abbreviated as L8ER is commonly used in chat rooms and other text based communications as a way of saying good bye.
    lag: Slang term for slow Internet speeds or high Internet latency; Lag is sometimes due to a server problem, but more frequently due to the connection between client and server. A slow or intermittent connection may often be referred to as laggy
    lamer: A know-nothing, one who is lame.
    leet: Often spelled as l33t or 1337. It originally meant elite
    LFG: Looking for group
    LFM: Looking for more
    LMGTFY: Let me Google that for you
    LMIRL: Let's meet in real life.
    LMK: Let me know
    LOL: Laughing out loud, laugh out loud
    LTNS: Long time no see
    lulz: Corruption of LOL
    lurker: Someone who frequents a community or group without participating in discussions
    LYLAB: Love you like a brother.
    LYLAS: Love you like a sister.


    MFW: My face when (Usually accompanied by an image)
    MMO: Massive Multi-player Online
    MMORPG: MMO + RPG (Massive Multi-player Online Role-Playing Game). The most frequent genre of MMO.
    MOTD: Message of the day
    MTFBWY: May The Force be with you
    MUD: Multi-User Dungeon
    MUSH: Multi-User Shared Hallucination
    MYOB: Mind your own business


    N1: Nice one, used mostly often in gaming
    NE1: "Anyone"
    newbie, newb, n00b: An inexperienced user of a system or game, or an annoying person. Usually a derogatory term for someone inexperienced at a game.
    NGL: Not gonna lie
    NM: (Sometimes written N/M) Not much, Never mind or no message, used on message boards or in e-mails to indicate that everything is already said in the
    subject line
    NP: No problem
    NS: Nice shot. Used in online gaming.
    NSOH: No sense of humor.
    NSFW: Not safe for work. Warning about content that may get the viewer in trouble with his employer or co-workers.
    NVM, NVMD, or nm: Nevermind, not much


    O RLY: Oh really?
    OIC: Oh, I see
    OFN: Old freaking news
    OMG: Oh my god
    OMW: On my way or Oh my word
    ONOZ: Oh, no
    OP: Original poster / Operator / Outpost / Overpowered
    OS: Operating system
    OT: Off topic
    OTB: Off to bed
    OTOH: On the other hand
    P2P: Peer to peer, or pay to play
    PAW: Parents are watching
    PEBKAC/PEBCAK: Problem exists between keyboard and chair
    PLMK: Please let me know
    POS: parent over shoulder.
    POTS: Plain old telephone service
    POV: Point of view
    PL: Powerleveling, used in online games.
    PPL: People
    PTKFGS: Punch the Keys For God's Sake
    PW: Persistent World (gaming)
    pwned: Intentional misspelling of owned


    QFT: Quoted for truthiness—either to show satire or agreement with something satiric.
    QWP: (texting) Quit Whining, Please. (gaming) equip verb / equipment noun.


    rehi (or merely re): Hello again
    RL: Real Life
    ROFL/ROTFL: Rolling on (the) floor laughing
    ROFLMAO/ROTFLMAO: Rolling on (the) floor laughing
    ROFLOL/ROTFLOL: Rolling on (the) floor laughing out loud
    RSN: Real soon now (used sarcastically)
    RTFS: Read the fucking source
    RTFM/RTM: Read the /fine) manual or reboot the machine


    SCNR: Sorry, could not resist
    SFW: Safe for Work, see NSFW
    sk8/sk8r/sk8er: skate/skater
    smiley: Another name for emoticons
    SMH: Shaking my head
    SNAFU: Situation normal: all (fouled) up
    snail mail: Normal paper mail service
    SOHF: Sense of humor failure
    SOS: Someone (watching) Over Shoulder
    spider: The program behind a search engine
    TANSTAAFL: There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, a quote originally attributed to Robert Heinlein
    TBF: Time between failures
    TBH: To be honest
    TFW: That feel when
    TG: That's great
    TGIF: Thank God it's Friday
    THX/THNX, TNX or TX: Thanks
    TIA: Thanks in advance
    TIL: Today I learned
    TIMWTK: This inquiring mind wants to know
    TINC: There Is No Cabal, a term discouraging conspiracy theories
    TINS: There is no spoon
    TL;DR: Too Long; Didn't Read
    TMI: Too much information
    toobs: Internets (refering to the Internet as a series of tubes)
    TOS: Terms of service
    TTBOMK: To the best of my knowledge
    TTFN: Ta ta for now
    TTYL: Talk to you later (also spelled TTUL, T2UL or T2YL)
    TTYN: Talk to you never
    TTYS: Talk to you soon
    tweedler: One who has deep love for all computer related technology and gadgets
    TY: Thank you
    TYT: Take your time
    TYVM: Thank you very much


    U: You
    UGO: You got Owned


    w00t, w00T or WOOT: First two express exuberance, the last is a backronym for the term "We Own the Other Team".
    W/ or W/O: With or without
    WB: Welcome back
    WBU: What (a)bout you
    W/E: Whatever
    W/E: Weekend
    WRT: With respect / regard to
    WTB: Want to buy
    WTG: Way to go
    WTH: What the hell
    WTS: Want to sell
    WTT: Want to trade
    WUG: What you got?
    WUBU2: What (have) you been up to?
    WUU2: What (are) you up to?
    WYSIWYG: What you see is what you get
    W8: Wait


    YAGNI: You Ain't Gonna Need It.
    YAGTOH: you are going to own him.
    YGM: You've Got Mail.
    YHBT: You have been trolled.
    YKW: You know what?
    YMMV: Your mileage may vary.
    YOLO: You Only Live Once.
    YOYO: You're On Your Own.
    YW: You're welcome.


    <3: Love
    Internet slang


    2= tow or to


    4= for


    10x= thanks


    10q= thank you
    A C?: AH! SI?
    AAF: As A Friend
    ADAD: Another Day Another Dollar
    ADIH: Another Day In Hell
    ADIP: Another Day in Paradise
    AEAP: As Early As Possible
    AFAICR: As far as I can recall / remember
    AFAICS: As far as I can see
    AFAICT: As far as I can tell
    AFAIK: As far as I know
    AFAIR: As far as I remember
    AFAP: As Far As Possible
    AFK: Away from keyboard
    ALOL: Actually laughing out loud
    ASAP: As soon as possible
    ATEOTD: At The End of the Day
    ATB: All the best
    ATM: At the moment
    AWOL: Absent Without (Official) Leave
    B2B: Business to Business
    B2C: Business to Customer
    B4: Before
    BBIAB: Be back in a bit
    BBQ: Barbecue.
    BBL/BBS: Be back later / shortly / soon
    BCNU: Be seein' you
    BFF: Best Friends Forever
    BFN: Bye For Now
    blog: Also known as web log or an online journal
    bot: Any type of automated software in chatrooms and web-cataloging software
    BRB: Be right back
    BSOD: Blue Screen of Death
    BTDT: Been there done that
    BTTT: Back to the top
    BTW: By the way
    CMIIW: Correct me if I'm wrong.
    COB: Close Of Business.
    crawl: To retrieve a web page along with the hyperlinks that reference it


    DFTT: Don't feed the trolls
    DFTBA: Don't forget to be awesome
    DIAF: Die in a fire
    D/L: Download
    DND: Do not disturb
    DOA: Dead on arrival. Refers to hardware that is broken on delivery.


    EOF: End of File
    EOM: End of Message
    EOL: End of Life (device or hardware that is at the end of its product life cycle) OR End of Line.
    EQ: EverQuest
    ETA: Estimated time of arrival


    F9: Fine
    FAQ: Frequently Asked Question(s)
    flamer: Someone who makes inflammatory, abusive or directly offensive comments. Similar to, but not quite the same as an Internet troll.
    FMCDH: From My Cold Dead Hands
    FOAF: Friend of a friend
    FTFY: Fixed that for you
    FTR: For the record
    FTL: For the loss
    FUD: Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (the purposeful spread of misinformation)
    FWIW: For what it's worth
    FYI: For your information


    GBTW: Get back to work
    GF: Great/good fight
    GFU: Good for you
    GG: Good game, used at or near the conclusion of a gaming match
    GGS: Good games
    GJ: Good job, often used in online gaming when a teammate performs an act benefitting his team, such as killing an opponent or enabling that kill
    GL: Good luck, used before commencing a game
    GMTA: Great minds think alike
    Godwin's law: Dictates that the longer a thread, the more likely someone will post a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler
    gratz: Congratulations
    GTG or G2G: 'Got to go' or 'Good to go'
    GR: Good Race


    HAND: have a nice day
    handle: Name used in online chat, (AKA nick(name), alias, screen/user name)
    HF: Have fun
    haxor or H4x0r (1337): Hacker
    hit: A request made to the web server, (noun) the results of an Internet search, (verb) loading a Web page. Hits are not equivalent to visitors of a webpage.
    home page: The website's introduction page, starting point, and guide. The technical term is "index"
    hot list: A collection of publicly available URLs (World Wide Web site addresses), sometimes available as text files.
    HTH: Hope this / that helps


    IANAL: I am not a lawyer
    IBTL: In before the lock
    IDK: I don't know
    IHT: I had to
    IONO: I don't know
    IIRC: If I recall / remember correctly
    IIUC: If I understand correctly
    ILY: I love you
    IMAO: In my arrogant opinion
    IMO: In my opinion
    IMHO: In my humble / honest opinion
    IMNSHO: In my not so humble opinion
    information superhighway: The Internet (AKA: I-way, infobahn)
    IOW: In other words
    IRC: Internet Relay Chat
    IRL: In real life
    ISTM: It seems to me
    ITYM: I Think You Mean
    IYKWIM: If you know what I mean
    IZI: Easy (French-speaking, from the group 92i)


    jaggy: aliased computer graphics
    JAS: Just a sec
    JFTR: Just for the record
    JK or j/k: Just kidding, or joke


    k or kk: OK
    KISS: Keep it simple stupid.
    KOS: Kill on sight
    KTHX: OK, thanks
    kthxbye: OK, thanks, goodbye, used either to cut short a conversation or to express displeasure with being cut short


    l8r: Later, L8R also sometimes abbreviated as L8ER is commonly used in chat rooms and other text based communications as a way of saying good bye.
    lag: Slang term for slow Internet speeds or high Internet latency; Lag is sometimes due to a server problem, but more frequently due to the connection between client and server. A slow or intermittent connection may often be referred to as laggy
    lamer: A know-nothing, one who is lame.
    leet: Often spelled as l33t or 1337. It originally meant elite
    LFG: Looking for group
    LFM: Looking for more
    LMGTFY: Let me Google that for you
    LMIRL: Let's meet in real life.
    LMK: Let me know
    LOL: Laughing out loud, laugh out loud
    LTNS: Long time no see
    lulz: Corruption of LOL
    lurker: Someone who frequents a community or group without participating in discussions
    LYLAB: Love you like a brother.
    LYLAS: Love you like a sister.


    MFW: My face when (Usually accompanied by an image)
    MMO: Massive Multi-player Online
    MMORPG: MMO + RPG (Massive Multi-player Online Role-Playing Game). The most frequent genre of MMO.
    MOTD: Message of the day
    MTFBWY: May The Force be with you
    MUD: Multi-User Dungeon
    MUSH: Multi-User Shared Hallucination
    MYOB: Mind your own business


    N1: Nice one, used mostly often in gaming
    NE1: "Anyone"
    newbie, newb, n00b: An inexperienced user of a system or game, or an annoying person. Usually a derogatory term for someone inexperienced at a game.
    NGL: Not gonna lie
    NM: (Sometimes written N/M) Not much, Never mind or no message, used on message boards or in e-mails to indicate that everything is already said in the
    subject line
    NP: No problem
    NS: Nice shot. Used in online gaming.
    NSOH: No sense of humor.
    NSFW: Not safe for work. Warning about content that may get the viewer in trouble with his employer or co-workers.
    NVM, NVMD, or nm: Nevermind, not much


    O RLY: Oh really?
    OIC: Oh, I see
    OFN: Old freaking news
    OMG: Oh my god
    OMW: On my way or Oh my word
    ONOZ: Oh, no
    OP: Original poster / Operator / Outpost / Overpowered
    OS: Operating system
    OT: Off topic
    OTB: Off to bed
    OTOH: On the other hand
    P2P: Peer to peer, or pay to play
    PAW: Parents are watching
    PEBKAC/PEBCAK: Problem exists between keyboard and chair
    PLMK: Please let me know
    POS: parent over shoulder.
    POTS: Plain old telephone service
    POV: Point of view
    PL: Powerleveling, used in online games.
    PPL: People
    PTKFGS: Punch the Keys For God's Sake
    PW: Persistent World (gaming)
    pwned: Intentional misspelling of owned


    QFT: Quoted for truthiness—either to show satire or agreement with something satiric.
    QWP: (texting) Quit Whining, Please. (gaming) equip verb / equipment noun.


    rehi (or merely re): Hello again
    RL: Real Life
    ROFL/ROTFL: Rolling on (the) floor laughing
    ROFLMAO/ROTFLMAO: Rolling on (the) floor laughing
    ROFLOL/ROTFLOL: Rolling on (the) floor laughing out loud
    RSN: Real soon now (used sarcastically)
    RTFS: Read the fucking source
    RTFM/RTM: Read the /fine) manual or reboot the machine


    SCNR: Sorry, could not resist
    SFW: Safe for Work, see NSFW
    sk8/sk8r/sk8er: skate/skater
    smiley: Another name for emoticons
    SMH: Shaking my head
    SNAFU: Situation normal: all (fouled) up
    snail mail: Normal paper mail service
    SOHF: Sense of humor failure
    SOS: Someone (watching) Over Shoulder
    spider: The program behind a search engine
    TANSTAAFL: There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, a quote originally attributed to Robert Heinlein
    TBF: Time between failures
    TBH: To be honest
    TFW: That feel when
    TG: That's great
    TGIF: Thank God it's Friday
    THX/THNX, TNX or TX: Thanks
    TIA: Thanks in advance
    TIL: Today I learned
    TIMWTK: This inquiring mind wants to know
    TINC: There Is No Cabal, a term discouraging conspiracy theories
    TINS: There is no spoon
    TL;DR: Too Long; Didn't Read
    TMI: Too much information
    toobs: Internets (refering to the Internet as a series of tubes)
    TOS: Terms of service
    TTBOMK: To the best of my knowledge
    TTFN: Ta ta for now
    TTYL: Talk to you later (also spelled TTUL, T2UL or T2YL)
    TTYN: Talk to you never
    TTYS: Talk to you soon
    tweedler: One who has deep love for all computer related technology and gadgets
    TY: Thank you
    TYT: Take your time
    TYVM: Thank you very much


    U: You
    UGO: You got Owned


    w00t, w00T or WOOT: First two express exuberance, the last is a backronym for the term "We Own the Other Team".
    W/ or W/O: With or without
    WB: Welcome back
    WBU: What (a)bout you
    W/E: Whatever
    W/E: Weekend
    WRT: With respect / regard to
    WTB: Want to buy
    WTG: Way to go
    WTH: What the hell
    WTS: Want to sell
    WTT: Want to trade
    WUG: What you got?
    WUBU2: What (have) you been up to?
    WUU2: What (are) you up to?
    WYSIWYG: What you see is what you get
    W8: Wait


    YAGNI: You Ain't Gonna Need It.
    YAGTOH: you are going to own him.
    YGM: You've Got Mail.
    YHBT: You have been trolled.
    YKW: You know what?
    YMMV: Your mileage may vary.
    YOLO: You Only Live Once.
    YOYO: You're On Your Own.
    YW: You're welcome.


    <3: Love
  28. بواسطة ام بنين

    Break the ice
    مهد الأمور او مهد الطريق لأمر ما
    He looks blue
    هو يبدو حزيناً
    She is in the clouds
    هي شاردة الذهن
    I will go banana
    سأجن او سأفقد عقلي
    It rains cats and dogs
    انها تمطر بغزاره
    This is nuts
    هذا جنون او هذا هراء
    It's a piece of cake
    إنه لأمر سهل جدا
    He leads a dog's life
    هو يحيا حياة مليئة بالقلق
    He is a black sheep
    هو شخص سيء الأخلاق
    This is a hot air
    هذا كلام لا فائدة منه