- 1.Make me
- 2.Music Monday
- 3.Merry meet
- 4.Mommy Mearest
- 5.Missing my
|DIY||Do it yourself|
|GOWI||Get on with it|
|G4I||Go for it|
|RWA||Ready, willing, and able|
|BTFO||Back the f*** off|
|LMA||Leave me alone|
An acronym sometimes used on Twitter when referencing a song or music that you think others should listen to.
|L2M||Listening to music|
|DRM||Digital Rights Management|
|Hipster||A person who dislikes mainstream culture|
MM stands for "merry meet," which is a way of saying, "welcome" to a group of people. It may also be used when parting with a group of people at the end of a conversation. You will most likely see it in online chatrooms or in text messages.
The "merry meet" saying comes from pagan culture as it is prominently used by Wiccan witches. It is often heard as "Merry Meet, Merry Part, and Merry Meet Again" when members close a circle.
Even though it is primarily used by pagans, it may also be utilized by non-pagans that just like the sound of it. So be careful not to make any quick judgments.
Friday Night Funkin' (FNF) players use the acronym MM to refer to antagonist Mommy Mearest. Mommy Mearest first appears in Week 4 of the game. In Week 5, she reappears alongside her husband, Daddy Dearest (DD).
What is FNF?
FNF is a rhythm game in which players play as Boyfriend, a rapper who must engage in multiple rap battles to continue dating his Girlfriend. Mommy Mearest is Girlfriend's mother, and just like her husband, MM wants Boyfriend to stop dating her daughter.
When does MM appear in FNF?
Mommy Mearest first appears during FNF Week 4, in which she battles Boyfriend atop a limousine. She also appears in Week 5 as a demonic-looking Mrs. Claus, after she and Daddy Dearest take a mall Santa hostage.
|FNF||Friday Night Funkin'|
|Bop||An excellent song or album|
|Banger||An awesome, energetic piece of media|
|Ghetto blaster||Large, portable radio|
|Bars||Lyrical hip hop sentences|
If you are missing something near and dear to your heart, you may use "MM," which is short for "missing my." It is usually followed by a name, e.g. "MM sweetheart."
MM is especially useful when communicating your longing for something or someone online. You will most likely see it accompanying an image on a social site where people share memories.
For example, a Boomer may post a photo of her and her dad when she was young and caption it as "MM dad today. :-(." Or a person may post "MM BFF" on Snapchat with a pic of her best friend.
People may also use it for less substantial things, like an old gaming console or car. For example, during a blizzard, they may post "With all this fresh powder, I'm MM Jeep rn."
|IMU||I miss you|
|IMY||I miss you|
|IMYA||I miss you already|
|ILAMY||I love and miss you|
|XOXO||Hugs and kisses|
|Squad||Group of friends|
|BAE||Before anyone else|
During chat and text conversations, MM sometimes stands for "make me." If someone asks you to do something that you really don't want to do, you can respond with MM to tell that person off.
If the person is asking you to do something they'd be better off doing themselves, you can tell them to DIY. And if they continue to harass you (and you're feeling a little crass), you can consider telling them to BTFO.