What does TTYN stand for?

Talk to you never

Want to sound hip and trendy in your text conversations? The slang term ‘TTYN’ is something you should know about. It’s a modified version of the well-known acronym TTYL, which stands for ‘Talk to You Later’. However, TTYN carries a slightly different message.

TTYN, short for ‘Talk To You Never’, carries the implication that you don’t have any plans to communicate with the other person in the future. It’s a bit of a stronger message than the friendly and casual TTYL.

This term gained popularity due to its usage by a celebrity, although not the one you might be thinking of. It wasn’t Kim Kardashian or Beyonce who brought this to the mainstream, but rather a reality TV star named Nicole Richie in her show “Nicole Richie’s American BFF”.

However, it’s important to note that TTYN is often used jokingly or in a playful manner, much like its predecessor TTYL. So, you don’t have to worry too much if you see it in your chats.

So that’s all about TTYN, a playful twist on TTYL that’s used to jokingly say you won’t be chatting with someone again. Happy texting!

Example for using ‘TTYN’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear about that party tonight? πŸŽ‰

Yeah, I did. Are you going? πŸ€”

Nah, I’m not really in the mood. Plus, I heard it’s gonna be lame. πŸ˜•

Oh, okay. Well, let me know if you change your mind. TTYN! 😁