LMIRL

What does LMIRL stand for?

Let's meet in real life

When someone sends you LMIRL (let's meet in real life), they are proposing that you meet up in person. Depending on who you're talking to, this could be the first step toward an IRL friendship, or it could be an invitation you should refuse.

Before you accept an invitation to meet up IRL, always keep in mind that the person you're chatting with may be catfishing you or be a creeper. So, if you do decide to schedule a meeting, you should schedule it in a public place at a time you know other people will be around.

Example

"We've been chatting for months now. LMIRL."
"Uh, shoot, I gotta go ..."
A use of LMIRL on Twitter

A use of LMIRL on Twitter

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Last Updated: July 27, 2021

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