What does Wlk mean?


Wlk is a shorthand way to write the word “walk”, by taking out the vowel “a”. It’s a popular term in texting or internet chat, and it can be used as either a verb or a noun. For instance, one might say, “Mike’s wlk is so strange when he is buzzed”.

Here’s an example of how you could use it in a sentence: “How long does it take you to get back from college when you wlk?” Or you could say, “Can you wlk me to my bike? It’s too dark in the parking lot.”

There are different kinds of wlks people might talk about. Some of these might be an emergency wlk, a G-Walk, BB, and those who walk in risky situations.

Example for using ‘Wlk’ in a conversation

Hey, are you coming to the party tonight?

Yeah, I’ll wlk there. What time does it start?

It starts at 8 PM. Can you wlk me home after?

Sure, I can wlk you. No problem!