- 2.Trouble maker
- 3.Tell me
- 4.Tickle me
TM stands for "trouble maker," which refers to a person who is known to cause trouble. It is often seen online and in text messages.
Trouble makers come in all shapes and sizes. They may be kids, teenagers, or adults that do bad things to get attention from someone or to just wreak havoc for entertainment purposes.
TMs may cause different levels of trouble, ranging from coloring on the wall to sharing secrets to smashing a TV with a hammer. If a TM is seeking attention, he may be neglected at home by his parent(s) and only receives attention when doing something wrong. If a TM causes trouble for entertainment reasons, he or she may grow up to be the Joker from Batman, just wanting to watch the world burn.
|CICYH||Can I copy your homework|
TM stands for "tell me." It's most often used at the start of a sentence, such as "TM what the definition of TM is."
If you're ready to spill the tea, feel free to share the skinny with the person who sent you TM. Just be careful that you don't provide TMI.
|Spill the tea||Share the gossip|
|PTM||Please tell me|
|G2TU||Got to tell you|
|TMAI||Tell me about it|
|TMI||Too much information|
|GAG||Got any gossip?|
TM sometimes stands for "tickle me." Those who are engaging in more ... shall we say, sensual forms of online chat may use TM in this less-conventional manner.
TM also stood for "Tickle Me" in the acronym TMX, which was used to refer to the tenth anniversary edition of Tickle Me Elmo. So if your significant other is talking about a TM toy, they may be (but very likely are not) referring to Elmo.
|IWTY||I would tickle you|
|143||I love you|
|IWSN||I want sex now|
|Sext||Sexually explicit message|
|Sexting||Sending sexually explicit messages|
Similar to a copyright; can be a symbol, word, or phrase that represents a company or product.