12 Abbreviations You Just Can’t Take Seriously Because They Sound So Damn Wrong








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In today’s world, time is money. And one should be really cautious while spending money. Hence abbreviations and acronyms. They convey the same thing wayyyy quickly. A.I.R? (Which, btw, stands for Am I right?)
However, there are times when abbreviations do something more than just saving time. They make you laugh as well. Albeit unintentionally. Just like these gems right here. C.E.O (Check ’em out)

1. We see what you did there Pakistan.


2. Shit just got real.


3. “Dad, I won the taekwondo championship!”

“WTF! Are you serious?”


4. “Wel-cum! How may I help you?” (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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5. Who the hell would wanna work here?…


… Oh, okay.


6. Reason why the older generation hates us.


7. They don’t teach shit in this college.


8. “I’d like to thank my partner. It was a team effort.”


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9. I’ve done a double D from Technocrats Institute Of Technology and Science. Double diploma, I meant. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


They even have a girls hostel which clearly doesn’t help their cause.


10. Twat the fuck!


11. The car takes a lot of time. Next time I’m just gonna


12. So that’s what it stands for!


There might be no shortcuts to success, but these abbreviations prove there are many ‘shortcuts’ to laughter.

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