What does INR mean in texting?

I know right

Ever got a text or seen a post online that said ‘INR’? It’s a cool way of saying you agree or feel the same way. It’s pretty similar to IKR which is used a lot more, but this one uses an ‘N’ for ‘know’ instead of a ‘K’.

You’ll mostly see INR being used when people are texting or when you’re scrolling through your social media feeds. For instance, your buddy could post on Instagram about wishing they were at the beach, and you could reply with, “INR?!?”

Or maybe your bestie sends you a message like, “OMG, Jake is so dreamy!” and you could just text back with, “INR!” It’s a quick, fun way to show that you totally get what they’re saying.

Example for using ‘INR’ in a conversation

Hey, did you watch the new episode of that show?

INR! It was so good! The plot twist was unexpected 😮

I know, right?! I couldn’t believe what happened!

Ikr, it had me on the edge of my seat the whole time! 🙌