- 1.World Cup
- 2.Water closet
- 3.Wrong chat
- 4.Who cares
|USMNT||United States Men's National Team|
|USWNT||United States Women's National Team|
|NFL||National Football League|
|MLB||Major League Baseball|
|NBA||National Basketball Association|
|NHL||National Hockey League|
A "water closet" is a bathroom; can be used in online conversation or gaming to say, "I have to go to the bathroom."
If you've accidentally posted a message in the wrong chat box or channel, you can own up to your mistake by entering WC. This acronym stands for "wrong chat," and it lets other players know they should ignore the message you just sent because it was intended for someone else.
Additionally, some players may use WC to point out that a message you sent should be posted elsewhere. For example, if a game has a dedicated trading chat channel, and you make a WTT post in the game's general chat, other players may use WC as they guide you toward the trading channel.
Of course, if you're playing with players from Great Britain, WC may not mean "wrong chat" at all. In that case, don't be surprised if WC is followed by BRB.
|Mistext||A text sent to the wrong person|
|RPC||Role play chat|
|CTC||Care to chat?|
WC is an acronym that stands for "who cares," which is used to express indifference or apathy. It is most often seen in online chat rooms and text messages.
The acronym is typically used in response to someone who proposes or states something that another person does not think matters. Be careful if you use it with a soccer fan because it's also commonly used to refer to the "World Cup."
A soccer, or football, acronym that stands for the sport's biggest tournament.
The World Cup is officially known as the FIFA World Cup, but most people refer to it as just the World Cup. The men's and women's World Cups are played every four years, with the women's World Cup occurring the year after the men's tournament. It is the most widely watched sporting event in the world.