Fine with me
When you see FWM, it’s an acronym for “fine with me.” It’s a quick and casual way to express agreement or acceptance of someone else’s idea or suggestion.
Let’s say your pal, Ben, asks if he should get burgers for dinner. You could respond with “that’s FWM”, indicating you’re alright with his choice. It suggests that while you’re not super excited about the idea, you’re certainly not against it.
So, the next time you’re discussing dinner plans, movie choices, or any other decisions, remember you can use FWM to show you’re okay with the proposed option. It’s all about agreeing without showing too much enthusiasm.
Example for using ‘FWM’ in a conversation
Hey, do you want to go see a movie tonight?
Sure, FWM. What time?
How about 7:00 PM?
Sounds good to me! FWM. Let’s meet at the theater.
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