After Lalit Modi and Sushmita Sen’s relationship, this codeword is becoming a topic of discussion.

Popular Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen has been in the news for the past few days about her relationship with Indian businessman and IPL founder Lalit Modi. Lalit Modi posted a picture with his lady love on social media and a storm of memes started. Soon after, Modi changed his Instagram bio and mentioned Sushmita in […]
 


Popular Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen has been in the news for the past few days about her relationship with Indian businessman and IPL founder Lalit Modi. Lalit Modi posted a picture with his lady love on social media and a storm of memes started. Soon after, Modi changed his Instagram bio and mentioned Sushmita in it. Then the trollers and fans blew these two love birds through comments and posts. In the end, Sushmita herself explained by sharing a post. The hashtag #NOYB he used in this clarification received many reactions in his comment box. The meaning of this hashtag used by Sushmita has been searched a lot. So let’s know about the short form used on social media …

Short form i.e. acronym or short form is used in chat to save time. Some of these common words are Plz, Sry, GN/GM, LOL We all have heard but here are some words whose meaning is not easily remembered.
#NOYB – none of your business
#ROFL – rolling on the floor laughing
#IFYP – I feel your pain
#yolo you only live once

#SMH – shaking my head

#NGL – Not gonna lie

#nvm – no problem

#IKR – I know right

#IDK- I don’t know

#IDC- I don’t care

#OFC – Offcourse

#IMO – in my opinion

#G2G – Must go

#PAW – Parents watching

#time – tears in my eyes

Meanwhile the funny thing is that often these short forms are used in the wrong place. For example, if you use #YOLO as a suggestion, it will be wrong because it means you only live once and have fun. Some such hacky short form experiments and the fun out of it are often seen online.