Slang baby boomers can use while “texting”

The New Yorker suggests saving time on the phone by using the following abbreviations while “texting:”

TXT L8R = Can’t find reading glasses

WWIS = What was I saying?

IV-NV = My kid’s going to big-name college, neighbors jealous

JDTV? = Which channel has a Judi Dench movie tonight?

3dickPM = Read three detective novels this afternoon

NSR = Need some roughage

M = Margaritaville

WILMA! = Lost my keys

WSWS = Wearing socks with sandals

RxV–>BW = Got Viagra prescription, just need Barry White cassettes

GOTMG = Going out to mulch garden

VROOM! = Got tires rotated

RB<DM = Russell Brand is no Dudley Moore

80/20 = Spouse doing more and more of the talking

NPR = Sleep aid; no prescription required

ARF 🙂 = Dogs don’t talk

]CVG[ = Stuck in Conversational Vise-Grip

DdoTH = Don’t do the Hustle, ever

VCR Rut = Watching “Caddyshack” tonight

Ahhh = Memorable smoke smell wafting from my kids’ rooms

Brrr = Wearing socks to bed

TN2WMP = Trying not to wet my pants

[——] = Another funeral, can’t play poker/bridge/Scrabble


About Guy N. Texas

Guy N. Texas is the pen name of a lawyer living in Dallas, who is now a liberal. He was once conservative, but this word has so morphed in meaning that he can no longer call himself that in good conscience. Guy has no political aspirations. He speaks only for himself.
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One Response to Slang baby boomers can use while “texting”

  1. k8edid says:

    WSWS = priceless. Love these.

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