Quick TTYL Definition
TTYL means Talk To You Later.
What Does TTYL Mean? – The Full Answer
TTYL is a slang abbreviation that stands for Talk To You Later.
It is usually used at the end of a message or social media post as a friendly sign-off to say goodbye and that you’ll be in contact again.
When using ttyl, you are saying that you’ll be communicating with the recipient(s) of the message again at some point in the future. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you intend to actually talk to the recipient(s) again later. Your intended communication could be via a text or other type of message, or social media post.
Where Would You See TTYL?
In texting and chat, and on messaging apps such as Snapchat and WhatsApp, and social media such as Facebook and Instagram.
I can’t wait to see you again, ttyl.
I want to punch anyone in the face who says on social media that they are a “public figure”. That’s all ttyl.
Imma be gone faking my death, ttyl.
Just took 7 xanax now it’s bedtime, ttyl losers.
One day I will buy my food from the farmers market or grow everything myself and compost and do yoga every morning and recycle and live as minimally a possible. For now though, I’m going to McDonalds, ttyl.
Random TTYL Stuff
Lauren Myracle wrote a young adult book called ttyl, which was published in 2004. It was notable for being the first novel to be written entirely in the style of instant messages. The novel became a bestseller.
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Last Updated: August 6, 2018