Just to let you know
J2LYK, I decided to take the job.
Good for you!
|FYI||For your information|
|JTLYK||Just to let you know|
|LYK||Let you know|
|WLYK||Will let you know|
|ILYK||I'll let you know|
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J2LYK is a quick way to let someone know you want to share a piece of information. For example, if you want to tell your friend something important, you might text them, "J2LYK, you were right about the expiration date!"
J2LYK is the number version of JTLYK and similar to FYI, but not nearly as common. Like FYI, most people use it in messages, whether they are texts or in a chatroom. People also use it on social media, such as posts or DMs.
For example, your date might text you, "J2LYK, I had a great time last night." Or, you might comment on a pic on Facebook, "I only had 3 hours of sleep when this pic was taken, j2lyk."