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Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:24 AM

What does eom and n/t mean on a post?

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Reply What does eom and n/t mean on a post? (Original post)
Amaryllis Feb 2017 OP
ginnyinWI Feb 2017 #1
progree Feb 2017 #4
ginnyinWI Feb 2017 #6
SharonAnn Feb 2017 #2
Alice11111 Feb 2017 #3
pkdu Feb 2017 #5
uppityperson Feb 2017 #8
tblue37 Feb 2017 #9
DonaldsRump Feb 2017 #7

Response to Amaryllis (Original post)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:25 AM

1. they let people know that there is nothing in the post to click for.

n/t means "no text" and eom means "empty of message" (I think)

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Response to ginnyinWI (Reply #1)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:38 AM

4. eom end of message? eom

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Response to progree (Reply #4)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:39 AM

6. makes more sense! n/t

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Response to Amaryllis (Original post)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:26 AM

2. End Of Message and No Text

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Response to Amaryllis (Original post)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:29 AM

3. nt is usually never trump, i thought

Wouldn't nt for no text be redundant

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Response to Alice11111 (Reply #3)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:38 AM

5. No n/t means everythings in the title "no text" (in the body) nt

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Response to Alice11111 (Reply #3)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 03:25 AM

8. FDT is f* don trump

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Response to Alice11111 (Reply #3)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 03:26 AM

9. No--it saves the reader time. If you put "nt" in your subject line, they will know not to

waste time clicking for a message.

It is funny, though, that so many people put "nt" not in their subject line, but in their message, and that does make it redundant.

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Response to Amaryllis (Original post)

Sun Feb 19, 2017, 02:54 AM

7. Great question! I had no idea until now! n/t

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