What Does WTM Mean In Texting? (Explained With Examples)

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Are you wondering what WTM means in texting? No worries, we’ve got you covered. The answer is right here in this article. We’re going to explain what it means and provide you with some examples of how to use it…

What does WTM Mean in Texting?

WTM is an acronym for “what’s the move?”. This is a text message people send to their friends when they want to know the plans for the day. If you are planning to do something together with your friends but the details are still not set in stone, a simple WTM will get you the answers you need.

Alternative Meanings

It can also mean a few other things, but it would be rare to see them used this way…

  • Want to match
  • Who tryna match?
  • Whatever that means

Examples of WTM in Text Slang

Example 1

  • Rico – Yo yo yo, WTM?
  • Justin – We’ll meet up at 8 PM at the regular spot and we’ll see.

Example 2

  • Joe – Hey, what’s up?
  • Gina  – Not much, chilling, what about you? WTM for tonight?

Example 3

  • Kieran – Hey man, WTM for this weekend?

Damian – Not sure, but I think Tim mentioned something about us all going on a hiking trip.

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