- It’s unusual for a language to have an abbreviation for this. Most of the time you have to write it out...or if the corresponding parties both know English, then they can use the English abbreviation. —Stephen 00:22, 27 November 2007 (UTC)
senses 3 + 4Edit
# (''taboo Internet slang'') [[who the fuck]]. #* '''2005''' number6 ''alt.sports.hockey.nhl.nj-devils'' WTF is Wrong With Roenick? <ref>[http://groups.google.com/group/uk.sport.football.clubs.liverpool/browse_thread/thread/c5a1d1bacf3c5279/94d6eacf25b98153?lnk=st&q=wtf+-taekwondo+-martial&rnum=20&hl=en#94d6eacf25b98153 Google groups archive]</ref> #*: ''Root for the sweater because even the dedicated fan will be thinking ''WTF'' are these guys ...'' # (''taboo Internet slang'') [[why the fuck]]. #* '''2005''' Ambrose ''alt.gossip.celebrities'' WTF? Melissa Etheridge is BALD!! <ref>[http://groups.google.com/group/alt.gossip.celebrities/browse_thread/thread/bc43b7d09bc024ae/af1f8e2a91aa1777?lnk=st&q=wtf+-taekwondo+-martial&rnum=5&hl=en#af1f8e2a91aa1777 Google groups archive]</ref> #*: ''She looked cool. ''WTF'' would anyone object?'' Moved these because #1 covers them both explicitly. - TheDaveRoss 22:57, 5 March 2008 (UTC)
Also, "Wow, That's Funny!" although not quite as common.
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