FWIW


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Related to FWIW: TAFN, for what it's worth, ROFS

FWIW

For what it's worth.

FWIW

"For what it's worth." See digispeak.
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Telegraph operators in the mid-nineteenth century used acronyms such as IMHO (In my humble opinion) and FWIW (For what it's worth) when communicating among themselves, according to the book The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage.
FWIW, the couple certainly looked happy again as they watched the Final at Wimbledon yesterday.
Telegraph operators in the mid-19th century used abbreviations such as IMHO ("In my humble opinion") and FWIW ("For what it's worth") when communicating among themselves, according to the 1998 book "The Victorian Internet" by Tom Standage.