TTFN


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TTFN

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

"Ta ta for now." In other words, "goodbye." See digispeak.
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TTFN were then approached to see if some of the DJs in the group would like to guest tomorrow night.
It was her words as she departed: "TTFN" - Ta-ta for now.
My husband tested "TTFN" on our 11-year-old son, who, having had the meaning explained to him, never fails to raise a smile when he hears it on leaving for school.
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).
(TTFN.) -Brokenhearted brotherin-law Albert (Gingy.) xx JENNIANS -LILIAN (Betty), June 10, 2016.
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.
TTFN," he mumbles as more calamities are heaped upon him in one day than Job endured in a lifetime.
Jimmy, knighted in the New Year honours and famous for his phrase "TTFN" - ta-ta for now, has presented the programme for 28 years.
Emma Leake said: "I cant believe she's gone!" and Hannaa Louise Gibson said: "We loved you baby girl ttfn".