Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Senior Citizen TEXTING CODES

The internet chat and mobile texting lingo have evolved to such extent now; we merely talk with combinations of the English letters that look like LOL, AFAIK, IDK, ROFL, ASAP….and the list goes on. I was chatting with my friend in the US and she gave me a list of new abbreviations her mom gave her, for the older senior citizens. I found it really funny that I was ROFL!!! Thanks Cheryl for the humor.
Read along…
Senior Citizen TEXTING CODES:
ATD - At the doctor.
BFF - Best friend fell
BTW - Bring the wheelchair
BYOT - Bring your own teeth
FWIW - Forgot where I was
GGPBL - Gotta go, pacemaker battery low
GHA - Got heartburn again
IMHO - Is my hearing-aid on?
LMDO - Laughing my dentures out
OMMR - On my massage recliner
ROFLACGU - Rolling on floor laughing and can't get up
TTYL - Talk to you louder
Disclaimer: Not meant to make fun of the old. In fact, it is for the more gracefully aging men and women. I hope it brings a smile to every reader J


  1. superb... just too good... some of our mature citizens have a very good sense of humor :-)