WTFRU

What does WTFRU stand for?

Where the f*** are you?

Ever been running late and received a text that simply said WTFRU? This is a common acronym used when someone is anxiously wondering where you are. They might be waiting for you, worried about you, or just plain annoyed that you’re tardy. It’s a big hint that you need to hustle to where you’re supposed to be.

It’s not just in everyday life that you might see WTFRU. If you’re a gamer, you’ve probably seen it pop up in your game chats. Say you were meant to join another player in a game of Fortnite, but you didn’t show up. They might have ended up in a sticky situation because you weren’t there to lend a hand. In their frustration, they might shoot you a message saying “WTFRU??? I needed backup!”

So, when you see WTFRU, take it as a sign to get a move on. Whether you’re late for a meeting or missing in action in a game, it’s a clear message that you should be somewhere else. And it’s a message that’s usually sent with a bit of frustration or urgency.

Example for using ‘WTFRU’ in a conversation

Hey, it’s been 30 minutes! WTFRU? πŸ€”

Sorry, got caught in traffic. Almost there! πŸš—

Hurry up! We’re about to start without you! βŒ›οΈ

I’m running as fast as I can! Almost at the door! πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ