|SSP||Survival Single Player|
|Spleef||Minecraft multiplayer game|
|CTM||Complete the Monument|
|Griefer||An irritating player|
Half marathon pace
Runners use HMP to refer to their "half marathon pace." This is the pace the runner can comfortably run at while completing a half marathon (13.1 miles). For example, a runner's HMP might be 6 miles per hour, meaning the runner would finish a half marathon in roughly 2 hours and 12 minutes.
Often, a runner's HMP factors in a slower warm-up and cool-down mile at the start and end of a race. So racers are usually running just a bit faster than their HMP.
While training, runners sometimes run at variations of their HMP. For example, a runner might run a training run at 90% of their HMP, because they don't want to overdo it before they actually race.
|YMMV||Your mileage may vary|
|Torch||To beat someone in competition|
|BTYC||Better than you can|
|IG2R||I got to run|
Help me, please
HMP is an acronym that means "help me, please." If you're in distress and want to ask for help over chat, social media, or an online forum, you can preface your plea with HMP.
If someone replies with helpful information, they might end their message with HTH or HIH. You, of course, should end your own next reply with TY, TYM, or TYVM, in order to politely express your gratitude.
|LHM||Lord help me|
|LHUA||Lord help us all|
|HTH||Hope this helps|
|HIH||Hope it helps|
|TYVM||Thank you very much|
People typically send or post "hmp" when they are dissatisfied. It is an abbreviation for "humph," a sound people sometimes make through their mouth and nose when they are bored or disappointed.
For example, your younger sister may message hmp to the family thread when your mom and dad announce that they can no longer pay for the family summer trip. Or, you may text your friend hmp after she says that she failed her final and has to go to summer school.
|BTFO||Back the f*** off|
|[email protected]||Mad at you|
|U mad bro||Are you mad?|
A Minecraft acronym for the multiplayer game mode that centers around surviving without the ability to respawn.
In HMP, players are banned from the server once they die. The difficulty is set to "hardcore" and cannot be changed by players during the game. The focus is to survive, much like the SMP mode. Other Minecraft multiplayer modes include SMP, CMP, and AMP.