|6th Apr, 2011 18:11|
User Since: 1st Oct, 2010
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Can't reply there as, the thread you asked in is now closed, but 'GIMF' is 'Google Is My Friend'.
A variant on 'GIYF', that modern and slightly less caustic version of 'RTFM' that is more applicable these days.
i.e., I looked up RTW via Google rather than asking here, and perhaps being told 'GIYF'.
But looking up GIMF doesn't list the way I was using it above, though it does list a startlingly ruder version of GIYF, which I certainly didn't intend... :-)
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|6th Apr, 2011 23:50|
User Since: 22nd Apr 2009
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|Thanks Midnight Voice.....I much prefer your explanation to some I've read ! I'm fairly minimalistic too when it comes to abbreviations....I've got more than a penchant for whole words....it wasn't that I went to school on the hill....they taught me quite even and level in the first place !!!
Those were the days.....when I had fewer crosses in some subjects than others !!
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