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5.
OTN
"of the now" - usually used in various photo micro-blogging services, but use has not been limited to such.

Sometimes "of the nau/nao."

Used often to tag so people know that the photo is more a "snapshot of life," and there might not be anything more then your current reality viewing experience. It can also be used to humorously trivialize commonly occurring bizarre experiences (see second example).
Example 1 (general use):
Subject: "Kitty OTN"
Data: a picture of the cat sitting in front of you.

Example 2 (humorous use):
Subject: "Crazy lady OTN"
Data: picture of some woman on the bus you are in raving while being pulled out the door by police
by elder_quakes December 27, 2009
 
1.
On top non-stop, I beleive it's roots lie in Angus in Scotland from the ned (non-educated delinquent) culture.
Gary - OTNS ya bass!
by Gary666 May 13, 2007
 
2.
OTN
knitting term, stand for On The needles.
meaning a project (jumper, socks, hat) that is still being worked on. Often used on Knitting Blogs.

see UFO}
"My jumper is still OTN but i am hoping to finish it by winter."
by Othlon December 17, 2006
 
3.
OTN
"of the now" - usually used in various photo micro-blogging services, but use has not been limited to such. Often combined with entertaining

Sometimes "of the nau/nao."

Used often to tag so people know that the photo is more a "snapshot of life," and there might not be anything more then your current reality viewing experience. It can also be used to trivialize commonly occurring bizarre experiences (see second example).
Example 1 (general use):
Subject: "Kitty OTN"
Data: a picture of the cat sitting in front of you.

Example 2 (humorous use):
Subject: "Crazy lady OTN"
Data: picture of some woman on the bus you are in raving while being pulled out the door by police
by elder_quakes December 27, 2009
 
4.
OTN
On that Note
OTN .. On that note lets go get crunk
by Hank foody April 15, 2014