What does GOWI mean?

Get on with it

When you see GOWI in a message, it’s someone telling you to “get on with it.” Basically, they’re asking you to stop stalling and get moving on whatever it is you need to do.

For instance, imagine you’re playing a game and you’ve got a teammate waiting for you to make a move. If they’re getting tired of waiting, they might send you a message saying GOWI, meaning they want you to quit delaying and take action.

But GOWI isn’t just for gaming. You might also hear it in everyday life. If you’re chatting or texting when you should be doing something else, someone might tell you to GOWI – that is, to get on with your real-world task instead of wasting time.

Example for using ‘GOWI’ in a conversation

Hey, have you finished that report yet? It’s due tomorrow.

GOWI! Stop procrastinating and get it done already! πŸ˜„

I know, I know. I’ll start working on it right away. Thanks for the reminder!

No problem. Just don’t leave it until the last minute. Good luck! πŸ‘