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The FBI Keeps a Database of 2,800 Acronyms People Use on the Internet . . . Most of Which Are Insanely Obscure

The FBI Keeps a Database of 2,800 Acronyms People Use on the Internet . . . Most of Which Are Insanely Obscure

When the FBI is monitoring you online, it's harder for them if you use a lot of acronyms, right?  Sure, they know things like LOL and WTF . . . but what about the more obscure ones?

 

 

Turns out the FBI keeps an updated file on TONS of acronyms people use online.  A website called Muckrock News filed a Freedom of Information Act to get their hands on the list . . . and it's 83 pages long.

 

 

It has about 2,800 entries . . . and odds are, you've only heard a dozen of them. 

 

 

Here are some of the strangest ones they've got in there . . .

 

 

WYLABOCTGWTR . . . Would you like a bowl of cream to go with that remark?

 

WTFT . . . What the French toast?

 

NIFOC . . . Naked in front of computer.

 

ICBINB . . . I can't believe it's not butter.

 

IITYWIMIWHTKY . . . If I tell you what it means I will have to kill you.

 

PMYMHMMFSWGAD . . . Pardon me, you must have mistaken me for someone who gives a damn.

 

 

(You can see the full list here.)

 

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