(WYTV) – Have you ever wondered what a certain acronym stood for? Here are some common to today’s language that you might not have known:
The fear of missing out on experiences other people are having. A phrase from the early 2000s when the internet and social media showed us everyone else was, in fact, having more fun than us.
It stands for buy online, pick up in store. Welcome to the age of the coronavirus.
Graphics interchange format. It’s a type of animated image. The inventor, Steve Wilhite, says it’s meant to be pronounced with a soft “g,” like “gem.”
Shaking my head, as in disbelief. But it can also mean “smack my head.”
In my humble opinion.
In case you missed it. We frequently use it to introduce a social media post that’s a reposting of an older post.
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Let me know.
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Out of office.
It actually stands for “yet another hierarchically organized oracle.” Yahoo!’s founders, Jerry Yang and David Filo, realized their original name — “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web” wasn’t very catchy.