What was it
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you needed to ask someone about a particular piece of information that you either forgot, didn’t know or didn’t understand, but you just didn’t have enough time to type out the full question? No need to worry anymore. The slang term WWI has got you covered. It’s an acronym that stands for “What Was It”.
Using WWI can save you time and energy. It’s a quick and easy way to request for the information you missed or didn’t understand. It’s not restricted to any specific type of information, you can use it for anything you need to know.
Are you curious about what topics you can use WWI for? Well, there’s no limit. You can ask about something from a conversation you didn’t fully grasp, a piece of news you missed, the name of a song you can’t remember, and so much more.
So, the next time you need to ask “What Was It”, remember there’s a faster way. Just type WWI and get the info you need without delay.
Example for using ‘WWI’ in a conversation
Hey, do you remember the name of that movie we watched last week? It was so good!
Hmm, I think it was called WWI. Let me check to be sure.
Thanks! I’ve been trying to remember it all day.
No problem! It’s called “What was it”.
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