Fye has 2 meanings
For your entertainment
FYE, I uploaded pics of my two-year-old eating his birthday cake.
LOL, I love it!
|FYI||For your information|
|AAP||Always a pleasure|
|AFHV||America's Funniest Home Videos|
|FSE||Funniest s*** ever|
|AWHFY||Are we having fun yet?|
|GLHFTTYL||Good luck, have fun, talk to you later|
|LOL||Laughing out loud|
If you find something really cool or outstanding, you can describe it as "fye." It's pronounced like "fire," but if you pronounce it without the "r" like a Bostonian.
It is unclear who coined the term, but it became popular in the mid-2010s. Most people use it online or in-person, similarly to the tight and dope terms.
For example, if you think an outfit is fantastic, you might tell your friend, "Gurl, that fit is fye!!!" Or, if you love a movie, you might remark, "NGL, that movie was fye. I'm shaking."
Last night's concert was fye. I didn't come down from my high until 3am.
Yeah, man. I can't wait until they come back.
|Wail||To be awesome|
When sharing something entertaining online or in a text message, you can preface it with FYE. The acronym is a variation of the more common FYI acronym but refers to something the recipient will find amusing, like a funny video or a trailer to an anticipated movie.
You may see FYE in messages, forums, and social sites online, like Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Reddit. Or, your friend may text you a funny story, link, or picture individually or in a group message.
Examples when you would use FYE
If you have a funny video of your kid eating ice cream, you might post it with "FYE" on Twitter. Or, you might text "FYE. My last time ever trying to water ski" with a video of your water skiing fail.