What does FTG mean?

For the group

Ever heard of the phrase FTG? It’s a short form that stands for “For The Group”. It’s typically used in group chats or discussions when someone wants to share something with everyone involved.

Suppose your buddy, Mark, types in your group chat, “I have a question FTG.” This means Mark has a question he wants everyone in the chat to think about and respond to. It’s his way of saying that his question is intended for everyone’s attention.

But it’s not just questions that can be FTG. Anything that is meant to be shared with or involve the entire group can be labeled as FTG. This could be a funny meme, a group decision, an announcement, or even a plan for the next hangout.

In essence, when something is FTG, it’s a way to make sure everyone in the group is included. So, the next time you see FTG in a chat, you’ll know that whatever follows is something the sender wants to share with everyone.

Example for using ‘FTG’ in a conversation

Hey, I have a question FTG. Do you prefer pizza or burgers for dinner tonight? πŸ•πŸ”

Hmm, tough choice. Let me ask the others in our group. πŸ€”

Sure, take your time. Let me know what they say. πŸ™Œ

Alright, I asked everyone. It seems like pizza is the winner! πŸ•πŸŽ‰