Sometime in August, I came across two new on the internet. I didn't know them before and I present them to you now.
The first is TL;DR. It's short for Too Long; Didn't Read.
I think it should be DR;TL. I'll explain why in this dialog:
Deuce: I didn't read it.
Ace: Why not?
Deuce: It was too long.
That gives the action -- or inaction -- and the reason behind it. And some people say you should give a reason for your actions or inactions only if someone asks you. TL;DR gives the reason first, as if apologizing for the action or inaction.
This examples shows that there is a difference in how you word things and the intent behind them.
The other is the abbrevation TITS OR GTFO. It means the poster in a thread (cyber talk for conversation, especially at a forum site) should show a picture of a woman's naked bosom or go away.
I found that expression a little too vulgar. I would reword it as:
My good sir (or good woman), please present a picture of a bare bosom (or your bare bosom) or vacate the premise immediately!
See how much more classy that is?