TTYLMF

What does TTYLMF stand for?

Talk to you later, my friend

When you see TTYLMF, it’s just a bit more dramatic way to say “talk to you later my friend.” It’s mainly used by dweebs to add a little flair to their text messages. It gives a sense of urgency and drama, as if you and your friend are about to go on a dangerous mission or face an epic battle.

But don’t worry, it doesn’t mean that you won’t get to talk to your friend again. Chances are, you’ll be back to chatting with the person who sent you TTYLMF sooner rather than later. It’s all in good fun and isn’t meant to be taken too seriously.

The only time you might not be able to catch up with your friend after receiving a TTYLMF is if one of you somehow falls in a hypothetical battle. But let’s hope that doesn’t happen!

Example for using ‘TTYLMF’ in a conversation

Hey, are you free to hang out this weekend?

Sorry, I have plans. TTYLMF!

No worries. Have fun, and talk to you later!

Thanks! Enjoy your weekend too! TTYLMF!