The internet is its own world in many different senses; however, things can get a little out of hand when it comes to slang. Different online communities have come up with their lingo over the years, and to someone new, those can look like hieroglyphs.
If you look up the latest Instagram slang, you will find a never-ending list that could go on for pages, some with different variations while others with different meanings.
Keep reading this article to find out the origin, meaning and use cases for NFS on Instagram.
What does NFS mean?
‘NFS’ is one of the most commonly used Instagram slang with different variations.
One of the most regularly used variations of NFS is “Not For Sale”, which is majorly used by business entities on Instagram while they are advertising a product that exclusively might not be for sale.
“No funny sh*t” is another variation of the NFS slang, which is more commonly used in the context of Instagram DMs. If someone you’re talking to ever uses NFS, it means that either they are tired of the conversation you’re having with them, or they are telling you to stop joking around.
Either way, these are some of the most commonly used variations of NFS used over Instagram.
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Where does the NFS acronym come from?
Originally ‘NFS’ was used as an acronym for “Not For Sale”, as discussed earlier in this article. This acronym made it easier for business advertisers to mention straightforwardly that a specific product cannot be ordered.
Later on, this acronym accumulated its variations, and now it is more commonly used as internet slang for “No funny sh*t”.
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