CYM

1. What does CYM stand for?

Check your mail

Most often, the acronym CYM stands for "check your mail." If you receive CYM in a chat or text message, you should check your email or stroll down to your mailbox ASAP.

If there's nothing in your virtual or physical mailboxes, the person who sent you CYM may be using it to mean "check your messages." In that case, you'll want to fire up your phone or most-used chat app and check for stray text or voice messages.

Example

"Hey I sent you a package a few days ago and it should be there ... CYM!"

The best possible outcome of receiving CYM

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Last Updated: May 20, 2021

2. What does CYM stand for?

Check your Myspace

Prior to 2011, CYM may have meant "check your Myspace." However, as Myspace is now mostly defunct, it is unlikely that CYM is a prompt to log in to your (probably long-dormant) Myspace profile.

If this definition got you nostalgic for your Myspace profile, you may still be able to view it. If your profile was public, you can go to Myspace.com, search for your name, and view the current version of your Myspace profile.

Example

"CYM - I posted a new comment on your profile page."

If you think CYM stands for "check your Myspace," you might be going senile

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Last Updated: May 20, 2021

3. What does CYM stand for?

Check your messages

Someone who has sent you an important voice, chat, text, or email message may use CYM to mean "check your messages." This acronym may also be a prompt to check for and review a message you previously overlooked.

If you don't have any new virtual messages, CYM may be being used to stand for "check your mail." In that case, you should run to your physical mailbox, because you might have an important piece of physical mail.

Example

"CYM, I don't think you saw the one from Amy."
"U r right, she changed the time to 8, whoops!"

CYM can stand for "check your messages"

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Last Updated: May 20, 2021

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