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What Does LMK Mean in Text? Breaking Down Common Slang Terms

Agnes W Linn

It’s no secret that slang has taken over our daily conversations. We all use it, from a casual “LOL” in our text messages to an enthusiastic “OMG” on social media.

But when it comes to mastering the art of slang, nobody does it quite like Gen Z. They’re not just users but creators, constantly coming up with new terms and phrases that leave the rest of us trying to keep up.

One moment you’re in the loop, and the next, you’re left scratching your head at terms like ‘LMK’. In this article, we’ll break down the meaning, origins, and usage of this popular term.

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LMK Slang Meaning

Originating in chat rooms and forums in the 90s, LMK has become a popular slang term in modern communication. It stands for “let me know” and is mainly used in everyday conversations to ask someone a question and get an answer pretty soon.

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How to Use Lmk in Texts

You can use ‘LMK’ whenever you want someone to give you an update or decision about something. Here are some examples for you to better understand LMK meaning in text slang:

  • LMK if you’re free for a movie this Friday.
  • I have an extra ticket for the concert tonight. LMK if you’re interested.

LMK can also be used to get an update about future situations. In such cases, the slang is usually followed by phrases like “how it goes” or “what happens.”

  • Good luck with your exams. LMK how you did.
  • LMK how your meeting with the new boss goes.

When you receive messages with this slang term, you can respond using its variation – LYK, standing for “let you know”.

– Having a BBQ this weekend. LMK if you can make it.

– Sounds fun! I’ll LYK tomorrow.

Bottom Line

Now you know that ‘LMK’ is just a harmless everyday term. But as a parent, you should remember that there are tons of other dangerous slang and acronyms associated with sexting and drugs. If you’re worried about what your kid might use in their chats, consider getting a parental control app like mSpy.

mSpy lets you peek at their social media chats and texts for any risky slang. You can even restrict any terms you consider inappropriate and receive an alter when your teen uses them.

Remember, knowledge and vigilance go hand in hand when navigating the ever-evolving language of digital communication.

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Agnes Linn was born into the family of an eloquent preacher (parish priest), with the inevitable passion for writing. She received classic education in Philosophy, as well as Modern Mass Media Management; married, mother of one kid.

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