STG on Snapchat is the short form for “swear to God.” It is used to express passionate belief or intense exasperation. That is, it is often used by one when they are trying to express a deep belief in something when someone else is in disbelief, or when someone is extremely upset by something.
SMO on Snapchat could stand for Serious Mode On which means you’re feeling or talking about something in a non-jokey way. It could also mean Shout Me Out that is, you want someone to give you a social media shout out.
Nie is a German word that means “never.” It is often used as a prefix to indicate that something is never going to happen. For example, niemals means “never never”.
NTG means “need to go” on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter
NRS means “no replies” on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter. And ‘nrs’ is a pretty straightforward one. According to Urban Dictionary, “NRS” basically implies that you’re too busy or simply don’t want to reply to anyone.
SFS on Snapchat is the shortform for ”Shoutout for Shoutout”. When used, it means a Snapchat user is looking for a little shoutout on your Snap.
SFS is also used on Instagram too, and it’s used to promote posts on other pages.
MFS stands for middle finger salute.” It is most often used in online discussions and text messages on the Internet to represent the phrase “middle finger salute”.
Typically, it is used to explain the act of giving someone the middle finger. That is, saying “f**k you”, “screw you” or “up yours”.
NFS is a slang word for “Not For Sure” and it’s most commonly used while chatting on Snapchat, Whatsapp, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
NFS on Snapchat can also mean “No Face Shot.”- a filter that hides your face from the photo.
WYLL on Snap is an acronym for “what you look like?”. It’s a question you ask someone you’ve been texting with but have no idea what they look like.
WTM stands for “What’s the Matter?” and is used as a way to start a conversation with someone.
It’s short for “What the fuck?” and is used as an exclamation to express anger, frustration, or surprise.
C is mostly used on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok to mean “very happy”.
WYD is a text-speak abbreviation for “What (are) you doing?” WYD can be a literal question meant to find out what another person is actually up to. It can also be texted as an informal greeting like What’s up?