Is Yolo dead?
(CBS News) Erwin McKiness, an aspiring Southern California rapper also known as Jew’elz and Inkyy, died in a suspected drunk-driving crash after reportedly tweeting the phrase “YOLO” – “You Only Live Once” – a phrase popularized by rapper Drake’s song “The Motto.” …
The others were pronounced dead at the scene..
What does BTW stand for?
By the wayBTW: By the way.
What does Ifykyk mean on Snapchat?
if you know, you knowA newer acronym, “IYKYK,” is currently sweeping the internet and terrifying the unfamiliar in its path. This aggressive abbreviation actually means “if you know, you know.” And quite frankly, it means what it says and, usually, you don’t know.
What does IGHG mean?
Heavy Constant GammaUnveiling the Diversity of Immunoglobulin Heavy Constant Gamma (IGHG) Gene Segments in Brazilian Populations Reveals 28 Novel Alleles and Evidence of Gene Conversion and Natural Selection.
What does SMOF mean in text?
SMOF (also spelled smof) is an acronym which stands for “Secret Master(s) Of Fandom” and is a term used within the science fiction fan community.
What is the acronym for if you know you know?
IYKYK(IYKYK = If you know, you know.)
Who created Boi?
designer Josh DoohenAccording to Animation Factory employee Ryan Hagen, the frog GIF used in the meme was created by designer Josh Doohen. Before becoming an Internet meme, the image was used in AP Physics 1 Essentials, a textbook published in 2013.
How do you spell Oy?
—used especially to express exasperation or dismayOy, what a mess.
What does #yolo mean?
You Only Live OnceA tip to the oldsters: YOLO is an acronym for “You Only Live Once.” It shot to fame earlier this year thanks to the rapper Drake, whose song “The Motto” has the hook, “You only live once, that’s the motto…
Where did Boi originate?
In discussing the origin here, there are some questions about cultural appropriation, too. As Paper Magazine explained, the word “boi” has origins in African-American Vernacular English.
What does Iykyk mean on snap?
If you know you knowIYKYK — “If you know you know”; meant to imply that there’s an inside joke.