Recently became newsworthy when a 74 year old woman received a complaint from the BMV in Columbus, Ohio that her vanity plate with the letters "NWTF" "violates the agency's standards against profanity." (AP) The letters actually stand for a business, "Northwood Tree Farm," she ran with her husband.
Jane: "NWTF happened?
The phrase is used for a moment of feeling gifted(a moment of just something wrong for or something bad happened to the person), or looking at something funny or someone that just needs to quit life.
When using the phrase, don't say the word as NWTF!, but say it as NIGGA WHAT THE FUCK!!. Say it with speed and emphasis. The correct way of actually saying "NWTF" is saying "Oh man, my girl said I couldn't cut today cause she was on her period, biggest NWTF moment of the week".
Friend: Ight. (Three minutes later). Man that was the biggest NWTF moment ever.
Friend:You ready to fuck?
Girlfriend: Yeah... (Kid busts through the door).
Friend: NIGGA WHAT THE FUCK!
Niple said the plates were acquired by her late husband, an abbreviation for their christmas tree business, Northwood Tree Farm. She has said that she plans on appealing the decision.
During a visit to the BMV, she asked them what the offending phrase is. A whispering clerk responded that it started with "now what the."--ShortNews