What does WRUD mean?

What are you doing

WRUD is a popular term used in texting and online messaging. It’s a quick and simple way to ask someone what they are up to or what they are planning to do. For instance, you might receive a text from a friend saying, “WRUD later? Wanna hang out?”

This term is often used when someone has a romantic interest in another person and wants to spend time with them. But it can also be used between friends who are just curious about each other’s plans. Sometimes, it can be used in an exasperated tone, like “What on earth are you doing?!?!”

When you get a text or message with WRUD, you can respond by telling the sender about your current or future plans. But if you’re not comfortable sharing your plans, especially if the sender is someone you’re not interested in, you can reply with NOYB, which stands for “None Of Your Business”.

Example for using ‘WRUD’ in a conversation

Hey! WRUD this weekend? πŸŽ‰

Not much, just chilling at home. How about you? 🏠

I was thinking of going to the beach. Wanna join? πŸ–οΈ

Sounds great! Count me in! πŸ™Œ