TMTT

What does TMTT stand for?

Tell me the truth

When someone sends you a message with TMTT, they’re basically asking for your honest opinion. They want you to spill the beans and say it as it is. They’re requesting some real, unfiltered talk from you.

But, even though they’re asking for the truth, don’t forget to keep your manners. You can be truthful without being rude or harsh. Delivering uncomfortable truths might be a part of the game, but there’s no need to be mean while doing it.

So, the next time you spot TMTT in a message from a friend or family, remember they’re asking for your genuine thoughts. But also remember, honesty need not be brutal, so reply with kindness.

Example for using ‘TMTT’ in a conversation

Hey, I need to talk to you about something. TMTT.

Sure, what’s up?

I feel like you’ve been avoiding me lately. Are you mad at me?

No, not at all! I’ve just been really busy with work. Sorry if it seemed that way.