Wsp stands for “What’s up?” It’s a way to start a conversation with someone you’re following on Snapchat.
WPS stands for “What’s playing now?” It’s a way to ask someone what song is currently playing.
It can also mean “what’s up?”
WSP stands for “What’s up, People?” It’s a common greeting on TikTok.
SMO on Snapchat means Serious Mode On. That is, you’re feeling or talking about something in a non-jokey way.
Also, SMO stands for “Snapchat Mentions Overlay.” It’s a feature that allows you to see which of your friends have mentioned you in their snaps.
Worst Case Scenario is the most common definition for WCS acronym on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
WCS could also mean “What’s up, Snapchat?” It’s a way to start a conversation with someone on the app.
WCS also stands for “What’s Cooking, Sis?” It is a term used to ask a friend what they are up to.
SB is an acronym for “snap back.” It’s a feature that allows you to instantly send a photo or video to the last person who viewed your story.
You can also text a user with an SB when you want the user to respond back to a snap, or “message.”
C means “very happy” on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
The SS in Snapchat stands for “screenshot.” It’s a way of asking their followers to screenshot (or to specifically not screenshot) a post.
B means “Brother or Bro” on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
B also stands for Bitmoji, which is a feature on Snapchat that allows users to create cartoon avatars of themselves.
SBS means “step by step” on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.
The red ‘S’ on the snap stands for “Streaks”. Snapstreaks are Snapchat’s way of making sure you keep up with and not forget your friends
SRS means “Serious” on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
ATP on Snapchat means “Answer The Phone.” It is a way of telling someone on Snapchat to pick up a Snap voice call or video call and join them in a conversation.
It is also a means to tell someone that you are going to call them and you need to talk to them immediately.
SCM on Snapchat is “Snapchat Me.” It is a slang generally used for suggesting that the recipient text the sender on Snapchat or share selfies with them.
J in a text means “joking” while /HJ means “half-joking.”