You know what I mean.
Similar to iykwim (If you know what I mean)
For this craft, we will supply a page or two of information on woodburning tips ... er ... hints ... hints on tips ... ykwim.
"You Know What I Mean"
"If You Know What I Mean"
- Quit fooling around, YKWIM
- Man, that chick is so ugly, sure you went out with her?
- Yeah, she *blows*, IYKWIM.
Ykwim (pronounced why-kwim) is an abbrevation of the sentence "You know what I meant". It's commonly used to defend yourself when someone teases you about your spoken mistakes.
Ykwim is mostly used verbally, since it looks kind of weird written. Ykwim goes great along fu.
Ykwim is often misspelled as Ywkim, since Ywkim is much easier to type in on the computer.
- Hey, I'll call you later, I'm on school.
- Wow, you're on your school? How is the view up there?
- Ykwim. Fu.