What does NITM mean?

Not in the mood

When someone sends you ‘NITM’, they’re saying they’re “not in the mood” for whatever topic you’re discussing. Let’s say you’re debating where to grab dinner, a buddy might text back saying they’re “NITM for tacos” – implying that your beloved taco joint isn’t their choice tonight.

People might also use ‘NITM’ when they want you to stop joking and get serious. In this situation, these folks are not finding your humor amusing at the moment, so you might want to redirect your jokes elsewhere.

Example for using ‘NITM’ in a conversation

Hey, are you up for grabbing dinner tonight?

NITM for pizza 🍕

Oh, okay. How about Mexican food instead?

Sounds good! 🌮