WTF misunderstanding

Young girl with smart phone

A lady read her daughter’s cell phone and found “WTF” on it. She asked her daughter why she wrote that and what it meant. The daughter said it meant “Well That’s Fantastic” because she didn’t want to get in trouble. You probably know it means “What The F&%k”. Unfortunately now the mother uses that all the time when she texts. The pastor sent her a text about some of his sermon ideas and she texted back “WTF.” A bit of a misunderstanding.


  1. Oh my goodness! Bless her heart–I’ve been in those situations, naively said or done things–and wouldn’t it be NICE if we could change that awful text to “fantastic”!! God bless you abundantly today, and always. love, sis Caddo

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