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AFAIK: As Far As I Know AFK: Away From Keyboard ASAP: As Soon As Possible ATK: At The Keyboard ATM: At The Moment A3: Anytime, Anywhere, Anyplace BAK: Back At Keyboard BBL: Be Back Later BFN/B4N: Bye For Now BRB: Be Right Back BTW: By The Way CU: See You FC: Fingers Crossed FWIW: For What It’s Worth FYI: For Your Information GAL: Get A Life GG: Good Game GMTA: Great Minds Think Alike GR8: Great! G9: Genius IC: I See ICQ: I Seek you IMO: In My Opinion IOW: In Other Words IRL: In Real Life KISS: Keep It Simple, Stupid LOL: Laughing Out Loud LTNS: Long Time No See MTE: My Thoughts Exactly M8: Mate NRN: No Reply Necessary OIC: Oh I See PRT: Party QPSA?: Que Pasa? (‘What’s happening?’, ‘What is going on?’) ROFL: Rolling On The Floor Laughing ROFLOL: Rolling On The Floor Laughing Out Loud ASL: Age, Sex, Location THX: Thank You TTFN: Ta-Ta For Now! TTYL: Talk To You Later U: You U2: You Too U4E: Yours For Ever WB: Welcome Back WTG: Way To Go! WUF: Where Are You From? W8: Wait...

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