TF

1. What does TF stand for?

The f***

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TF is an acronym for "the f***", which is commonly used by someone who is frustrated, confused, or in disbelief. You will most likely see the acronym online in chat rooms or on social sites, such as Facebook or Twitter.

It is similar to the WTF acronym and could be considered an abbreviation for WTF. It still is not as popular as WTF but it most likely will be in the future as the human language is reduced to be as lazy as possible.

Example

"TF you talking bout?"

That TF feeling

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Last Updated: January 3, 2018

2. What does TF stand for?

Twisted Fate

A champion type in the game League of Legends, also called the "Card Master," because his abilities require the use of different cards.

Example

"Man, I need a good build for TF AP."

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Last Updated: November 10, 2014

3. What does TF stand for?

Too funny

TF stands for "too funny," which is a quick way to express that you think something is really funny. It is typically used in text messages and online.

Describing something as too funny doesn't really make sense since there is no maximum size limit for humor. However, it may be used in the context of "the hilarity is too much because it's causing something bad to happen to me," like peeing in your pants (PMP) or your sides hurting (USA) from laughter.

The acronym is a shortened version of TITF. You may see this in texts to react to a funny story, video, or image. Online, you will often see it on social media to react to a post you think is particularly humorous.

Example

"He tripped on the plank and fell into the bride, pushing her off the dock and into the water!"
"TF!"

I can't breathe cuz it's TF

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Last Updated: February 15, 2021

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