Where are you
Hey, I just arrived at the mall. WRU?
|[email protected]||Where are you at?|
|WHYBAD||Where have you been all day|
|wrisit||Where is it|
|WUF||Where you from?|
|ASL||Age, sex, location|
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If you receive "WRU," the sender is looking for you. WRU stands for "where are you" and is commonly used in online and text messages to ask someone their whereabouts.
An example of when you might send WRU is when you are waiting for someone to get to a party, but they haven't shown yet. Or, you might have just arrived at the movie theater and are looking for where your friend is sitting.
Be careful with strangers online who send you WRU. You should probably never give out your home address to people you have met online.