Trouble in Terrorist town, a Garry's Mod gamemode involving terrorists, traitors, innocents, and detectives.
Guy: Hey, want to play some TTT?
Guy 2: Aw hell yeah imma cut up some TRAITORS!
by Ignited Velocity July 22, 2010
Acronym : To The Top

This is mainly used in discussion boards where you bring your thread back up to the top so others may see it and can respond.
I have to ttt my thread since no one is replying
by alphafemale September 3, 2002
"That's the truth" Generally used aftere stating a fact or a given.
We're gonna be stuck in this traffic for hours, and ttt.
by anishboi May 31, 2011
Literally, ttt means Texting + Traveling = Tragedy. "ttt" is what you say when someone texts you while you are driving. You don't want to be rude and blow them off, so you type in ttt. In other words, ttt sends the broader message of "Hey! I'm driving right now! But I'll text you back when I've safely reached my destination." Why ttt? Basically, cause its quick and simple. It allows you to continue to focus on the road, but give a polite response simultaneously.

ttt is best used when at a stop sign, traffic light, or stopped in traffic. Although you are technically still texting while driving, it's minor. It's similar to the flu shot- you need to get a little bit sick in order to prevent getting sick for the season. With ttt, you have a text a little, in order not to text fully.
You are in the car, and your new man texts you and says "ay boo, come over and ill give you a massage."

Yes, you want to go over. No, you don't want to lose your man. But your response should NOT be "coming daddy."
Instead, it should be ttt.

That informs daddy that you are driving and will respond properly when you are done driving and the keys are out of the ignition.
Remeber Folks, THINK SAFETY!!!
by ttt-for-the-one-you-love September 24, 2009
True To Topic. When you're posting in a forum and want to return to the subject of the topic, instead of some off-topic discussion that you've answered.
"TOPIC: Do you like ham?"
"wow, this is gay. TTT: yes."
by Dramatizer April 5, 2010
Schools ranked in third tier according to US News & World Report. Typically used by pre law students on the Princeton Review Board, board to refer to schools that they consider "beneath" them based on their LSAT/GPA scores.
Pace Law is a total TTT!
by Esquire March 28, 2005