DYLM

DYLM has 2 meanings
1. What does DYLM stand for?

Do you like me

When you want to know if someone likes you in a text message or a message online, you can send them DYLM. However, be careful when using DYLM since it may also stand for "do you love me?"

DYLM is a tricky acronym that may be translated several different ways since you can romantically "like" a person or platonically "like" a person. Also, DYLM is somewhat obscure, so if the recipient is not slang-savvy, they could become perplexed.

When you use DYLM, be prepared for an unfavorable answer that could make things very awkward between you and the recipient. Situations in which you might use DYLM include when wanting to move things forward romantically with a crush or if you are getting weird vibes from an acquaintance and want to know if you are friends or not.

Example

DYLM a lot or just a little?

That awkward moment when you ask if someone likes you

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Updated September 27, 2021
2. What does DYLM stand for?

Do you love me

DYLM stands for "Do you love me?" Couples that are getting serious and children whose parents don't discuss their feelings can use this acronym to ask whether their SOs and rents, respectively, love them.

In some contexts, DYLM can also stand for "Do you like me?" Hopefully, you know the person you're speaking with well enough to gauge whether you're supposed to "like" or "love" them.

Example

DYLM? y/n?
... let's talk in person.

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Updated October 26, 2020

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