Wed Feb 27, 2013, 05:32 PM
timdog44 (1,388 posts)
OK. Here I am again.
What does nt or n/t or NT or N/T mean? I assume they are all the same. But you know that they say about assume(ing).
I have been reading a fairly long and somewhat hostile thread on Meta and these "abbreviations" were used quite frequently.
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OK. Here I am again. (Original post)
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Wed Feb 27, 2013, 11:41 PM
hibbing (3,612 posts)
5. It takes time
Sounds like you are getting used to it soon enough. Heck, I was a member for like 8 years before I even clicked on Meta once, hehe
Some of the abbreviations I would just google to figure them out if I was really curious, otherwise I would just move on. Ones that I looked up were IIRC and IBTL.
One thing I like is that for the most part, the threads are fleeting and updated quite often, but then I also like some Lounge threads that hang around for a few days or longer.
Good luck, and peace.