TTFN


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

TTFN

(chat)
ta-ta for now - goodbye for now. Used in the UK, USA and probably elsewhere.

TTFN

"Ta ta for now." In other words, "goodbye." See digispeak.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
John has had some TTFN t-shirts printed like in the old days, so members can wear them on the night.
It was reported at the time that TTFN was often the farewell message from people dying in hospital, while one woman with a sense of humour wanted it carved on her tombstone.
He created the later lisped catchphrase "Bouncing is what Tiggers do best" but credited his British wife Jean Freeman for TTFN (Ta-ta for now).
And in an era of catchphrases - Tommy Hanley's TTFN, Arthur Askey's "Ay thangyow" - she launched one that was swiftly echoed (and derided) around the nation.