WTT

1. What does WTT stand for in online games?

Want to trade

Gamers use WTT (want to trade) to ask other players whether they want to trade items. Typically, WTT is paired with a specific trade request, such as "WTT 4x royal bananas for 60x spinny widgets."

You're most likely to encounter WTT in in-game chat messages, sent by a player who wants an item you have. You may also encounter WTT in gaming forums - especially those focused on helping players conduct trades.

Example

"WTT Exodia the Forbidden One 4 Obelisk the Tormentor"

Well, do ya?

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Last Updated: October 28, 2021

2. What does WTT stand for?

Watching TikTok

When a TikToker is too busy watching TikTok to properly respond to you, they might use WTT to stand for "watching TikTok." This acronym also appears as a hashtag (#WTT) in some TikTok posts.

What is TikTok?

TikTok is a social media platform that allows users to upload and share short videos. Most often, these videos feature a TikToker dancing to music. Users can watch, comment on, and share other users' videos. TikTok is now so popular that sponsors sometimes pay for TikTok influencers to live together in TikTok houses, where the influencers' primary job is to create content that promotes their sponsors' brands.

How do I respond to WTT?

When a TikToker tells you they are WTT, it means they are so obsessed with TikTok that they think you'll know what WTT means. This means your TikToker is in deep, and you might want to respond by deleting TikTok from their phone.

(The above might be an overreaction.)

Example

"Hey whatchu up to?"
"Not much, WTT."
"Wanna go outside?"
An example use of WTT and other TikTok slang

An example use of WTT and other TikTok slang

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Last Updated: July 20, 2021

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