What you look like
When someone sends you a message with WYLL, they’re asking, “what you look like.” It’s a common term used in direct messages on social media or during online chats. The person messaging you is curious to see your real-life appearance, often hoping for a picture.
Hopefully, the person asking WYLL isn’t someone with ill intentions. If you’re in an online relationship, it’s pretty normal for your partner to ask for your picture using this slang term.
However, bear in mind that the online world can sometimes be an unfriendly place. You might get a WYLL request from a stranger or someone you barely know. Always be cautious about sharing your pictures online.
If you’re unsure about revealing your look to someone online, it’s best to avoid it. Remember, it’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to sharing personal details on the internet.
Example for using ‘WYLL’ in a conversation
Hey! Long time no see. How’ve you been?
I’m good! Just been chilling at home. WYLL?
Haha, I’m still the same. Just a bit tired from work. I’ll send you a selfie. 😊
Awesome! Can’t wait to see it. Send it over! 📷
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