Dumb question of the day
If you see ‘DQOTD’ popping up in your messages, it stands for “dumb question of the day”. It’s a term often used on the internet or in text messages. You might see it used when someone wants to make fun of a question someone else asked. But it can also be used before asking a question they know might sound silly or dumb.
Although ‘DQOTD’ is a handy way to save space when you’ve got a limit on how many characters you can use, it’s not very well known. So there’s a good chance people won’t understand it if you use it. Unless you’re sure the person you’re talking to knows what it means, you’ll probably have to explain it the first time you use it.
Example for using ‘DQOTD’ in a conversation
Hey, I have a DQOTD for you: why do birds fly south for the winter? 🤔
Haha, that’s a good one! Well, birds fly south for the winter because it gets too cold for them to find enough food here. 🐦❄️
Oh, I see! Thanks for explaining. 🙌
No problem! Feel free to ask me more questions anytime. 😊👍
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