LFTD has 2 meanings
Left for the day
Alex, can you hop on a call with me at 4?
Sorry, LFTD because my kids got sick at daycare. Hoping to be back in tomorrow.
No worries, hope they feel better!
|LFD||Left for day|
|GFN||Gone for now|
|AFK||Away from keyboard|
|LAM||Leave a message|
|GALMA||Go away, leave me alone|
|TTL||Time to leave|
Laugh for the day
LFTD is the "laugh for the day," which may refer to a daily joke or something funny that happens during the day. For example, you may text your buddy that you got your LFTD when someone tried to buy a car with a goat.
You will likely see LFTD online in messages, emails, and social media. For example, your friend may share a funny video of a fail on Facebook with the caption, "LFTD. Enjoy!"
Or, you might see LFTD in a text message. For example, you might respond to your brother's embarrassing text confession with, "I needed that. Thanks for the LFTD!"
Did you see that crazy video? That was definitely my LFTD.
IKR? I almost peed my pants!
|LOLAWS||Laughing out loud and with style|
|LOLOL||Lots of laugh out louds|
|lawlz||Laugh out loud|
|LAL||Laugh a little|
|J4G||Just for grins|
|LOL||Laughing out loud|
|LMAO||Laughing my a** off|
|ROFL||Rolling on the floor laughing|
Someone who sent you LFTD has "left for the day." You're most likely to receive this acronym in a message sent by a co-worker who has clocked out and left your workplace. Whatever you wanted that co-worker to do, it will have to wait until tomorrow.
Your co-workers may send you LFTD in chat, email, or text messages, when you ask them whether they're around and can complete a task. You may also encounter LFTD in your co-workers' Away messages, if they set one before leaving early for the day.