DNI has 2 meanings
Do not interact
Here's the Karen of the day! DNI if under 18.
|NSFW||Not safe for work|
|NSFL||Not safe for life|
|PNSFW||Probably not safe for work|
|XTL||Cross the line|
|LBVS||Laughing but very serious|
|Troll||A person who posts offensive comments|
|Trolling||Posting offensive comments|
|Karen||An entitled woman|
|TSFW||Totally safe for work|
Do not intubate
An acronym used similarly to DNR and AND; describes an order made by the patient to allow chest compressions and cardiac drugs but no placement of a breathing tube in the event that the person stops breathing or the person's heart stops; often made by the patient or health care power of attorney.
I think I would go with the DNI order in the event of an emergency.
Yeah, DNR kinda seems like you're just giving up.
|DNR||Do not resuscitate|
|AND||Allow natural death|
|ACLS||Advanced cardiac life support|
|BLS||Basic life support|
|UNADR||You need a doctor|
|EMT||Emergency medical technician|
If you see "DNI" on social media, it most likely means that the person who posted it does not want you to interact with them or their content. For example, people often use DNI when they post NSFW videos on social sites like TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, and don't want users to interact if they are too young, may be offended, etc.
Savvy netizens widely regard DNI as a courtesy meant to alert others who might deem the content objectionable (often because of language, graphic depictions, etc.). For example, an influencer that shares graphic fail videos may post DNI along with the video.
People may also use DNI to alert others that they do not want to interact with others on social media. For example, they may only use the service to follow others or don't want to interact with you because they are grumpy or annoyed you hold offensive beliefs.