What does @@-o mean?


Uncommonly, you might see people use @@-o as shorthand for "tattletale." This "clever" chat slang term uses two @s to represent tattling, and -o to represent a tale.

What is a tattletale?

A tattletale is someone who tells an authority figure (usually a parent) about someone else's bad behavior. Being called a tattletale is an insult, in roughly the same way that being called a narc or a snitch is an insult.


Don't be such a @@-o

A classic @@-o

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Updated November 1, 2023

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