#2
It does mean For The Win. Like when people are asking for opinions, people will say, *so and so* FTW. It's what they think is best.
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#7
It's inherently bad grammar for humorous purposes. It can also mean f*ck the world. (I hate that asterisk...)
#8
Quote by Jonjy2
yea but that still doesnt make sence...? Am I just that stupid?
Apparently so.


Making a thread asking its meaning is one thing, but making a thread asking its meaning when you already know its meaning is just inane.
#9
Quote by yawn
Apparently so.


Making a thread asking its meaning is one thing, but making a thread asking its meaning when you already know its meaning is just inane.

True dat.

I would delete this thread now!
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#10
Quote by Jonjy2
yea but that still doesnt make sence...? Am I just that stupid?


Yes, yes you are.
#11
Quote by Jonjy2
yea but that still doesnt make sence...? Am I just that stupid?


Awww, we love you really.


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#12
It makes sense to me. For example, Cheese For The Win means Cheese should win.
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#13
FTW = Fred the Weener
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#14
face the wall
[quote="'-[NiL"]-']Here are some great ones.

1. cellomaster=racist

2. cellomaster=homophobic

3. cellomaster=cunt.

'Nuff said, prick.
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#15
it means that something should win, basically. like if i said "scots FTW" i would want the scots to win. because they're scottish and all. *sighs dreamily*

i think i'm the only person who actually understood your question, lol. he knows what the letters stand for, just not what the PHRASE means.
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