What does INPO stand for?

In no particular order

When people use INPO, they are indicating that the list of things they’ve mentioned doesn’t follow any particular order. It’s often used when discussing a variety of topics, like ideas, places, foods, or products. It’s a way to say that everything on the list is equally good or bad, without any item being more important or less important than the others.

Let’s say you ask your buddy about his favorite drinks. He might say “Coffee, Green tea, Lemonade, Beer, Wine – INPO.” What he’s telling you is that he likes all these drinks equally, and the order in which he named them doesn’t signify any preference.

Example for using ‘INPO’ in a conversation

Friend 1: Hey, I need some recommendations for new TV shows to watch πŸ“Ί

Friend 2: Sure! Here are a few: Stranger Things, Friends, Breaking Bad, The Crown, The Office – INPO πŸ˜„

Friend 1: Thanks! I’ll check them out. By the way, have you been to any good restaurants lately? 🍽️

Friend 2: Definitely! I recommend trying out these places: The Italian Kitchen, Sushi Express, Tex-Mex Grill, Burger Joint, Thai Spice – INPO πŸ•πŸ£πŸ”πŸŒΆοΈ