N/M/H

What does N/M/H mean?

Nothing much here

When you see N/M/H in a text message or online, it’s a shorthand way of saying “nothing much here”. This phrase is used to tell people that things are pretty dull or quiet where you are. It’s like saying NMH, but with slashes added for extra style.

This slang term might pop up when someone asks, “What’s happening?” But, keep in mind, N/M/H is not very common. Older people might use the slashes, but younger folks usually drop them.

If you want to mix things up, you can use other terms like NMHJC, BOOMS, brd, BTD, and WB instead of N/M/H. Just a word of caution: if you say you’re bored, you might end up with a job to do. So, choose your words wisely.

Example for using ‘N/M/H’ in a conversation

Hey, what’s up?

N/M/H, just chilling at home. You?

Same here. Nothing much happening.

Yeah, it’s pretty quiet. Bored, actually.