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WTF FTW Acronym

Updated on October 7, 2016

FTW Acronym

FTW most commonly is used as an acronym in the place of "For The Win".

Less commonly know as F%&* The World. I prefer to use it in the positive context For The Win. In the Phonetic Alphabet it would be "Foxtrot Tango Whiskey".

WTF Acronym

This acronym will certainly get you in trouble more often than FTW.

WTF is the Acronym for "What the F&*%" ! ?

Basically the opposite attitude of the FTW Acronym.

In the Phonetic Alphabet it would be "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot".

WTF FTW Acronym
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Have you ever?....

Have you ever caught yourself getting frustrated and uttering the WTF Acronym?

I’ve let it slip a couple times at work or in other inappropriate situations and have managed to quickly recover by smoothly following up with my own acronym.

WTF = What’s that for?

WTF = Wow, that’s fascinating!

WTF = Wicked, that’s fun.

WTF = Why the frown?

WTF = Watch that finger.

WTF = What’s the flow?

WTF = Where’s the food?

Now that is WTF FTW!

So if you are ever in that situation, think quick, use the basic framework below or the examples above:

Where’s the …?

What’s that … ?

Why the …?

When’s the …?

Remember everyone, there is no "F" in "WAY" I hope you enjoyed WTF FTW Acronym!

What are some of your politically correct WTF FTW Acronym alternatives?

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    • Spitfire07 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Calgary

      AmyEliza. Don't point at me, watch that finger. Something like that lol.

    • AmyEliza profile image


      6 years ago from Toronto

      Watch that finger? Haha

    • Spitfire07 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Calgary

      I guess i'm used to the likes of Fail Blog and For The Win as the opposite of a fail.

      Thanks for the comment :)

    • Georgie Lowery profile image

      GH Price 

      6 years ago from North Florida

      FTW has usually meant, to me anyway, F*** The World. I will sometimes use WTH as What The Heck instead of WTF.


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