SLAP

What does SLAP stand for?

Sounds like a plan

If someone responds to your suggestion or idea with SLAP, they’re basically showing agreement or approval. It’s an acronym that translates to “sounds like a plan”. This phrase delivers the same message as “sounds good” or “alright”.

Let’s say you propose to your friend, Jack, that you’ll get some burgers for dinner. If Jack replies with SLAP, it means he’s all for the idea of having burgers for dinner.

Example for using ‘SLAP’ in a conversation

Hey, I’m thinking of going to the beach this weekend. Wanna join?

SLAP! Sounds like a plan! πŸ–οΈ

Great! I’ll pick you up at 10 am. πŸš—

Awesome, can’t wait! β˜€οΈ