Rucmng

What does Rucmng stand for?

Are you coming?

Ever received a message from your pals or family members with ‘Rucmng’? It’s a speedy way to ask “are you coming?”. This slang term is particularly handy when someone wants to confirm your plans or if you’re on your way to an event or gathering they’re at.

Typically, you’ll find ‘Rucmng’ popping up in your messages when you’re running a little behind. Perhaps you’re meant to meet your friends at a cafΓ©, but you’re stuck in traffic. You see a ‘Rucmng’ message pop up, and you now know they’re wondering where you are.

If you’re on your way, you can reply to ‘Rucmng’ with either OMW (On My Way) or OTW (On The Way). Both are easy and quick responses that let the person know you’re en route.

Example for using ‘Rucmng’ in a conversation

Hey, are you coming to the party tonight? πŸŽ‰

Rucmng? πŸ€”

Yeah, we’re all waiting for you! πŸ₯³

OMW! Be there in 10! πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ