HS has 3 meanings
- 2.High school
- 3.At bedtime
You should practice getting better at HSes.
|360-noscope||360 no scope|
|Wrecked||Destroyed, beaten, killed, demolished, utterly ruined|
|KDR||Kill death ratio|
Those discussing prom, homecoming, and the epic highs and lows of high school football use HS to mean "high school." Most often, grown-ups and college kids use this acronym while discussing which HS they went to and what they did in HS.
However, some HS-age students may also use the HS acronym, to refer to their current school, and middle schoolers may use HS when discussing their future schooling.
Everything's been downhill since HS, don't you think?
For you, maybe.
|GPA||Grade point average|
|HSM||High school musical|
|TBY||Teacher behind you|
|DYTTH||Did you talk to him?|
|FNL||Friday Night Lights|
|Promposal||A proposal to go to prom|
A health acronym that stands for "hora somni," which is Latin for "at bedtime;" used to indicate that the medical prescription should be taken just before going to sleep.
The meds say hs so be sure to take it just before you go to sleep.
|UNADR||You need a doctor|
First-person shooter (FPS) players use HS to mean "headshot." In FPSes, headshots typically either kill an enemy immediately or deal increased damage compared to non-head shots. Thus, HSes are worth coining a special abbreviation for.
For example, in Overwatch, a shot that hits an opponent's head typically deals 2x damage, making a HS much more potent than a body shot. Players who can score quick HSes are incredibly valuable because they can kill enemies quickly and not leave themselves open to counterattack.