Be Nice on the Internet

Real Simple’s Be Nice on the Internet Cards

A good first step on the path to civility on the Web: Let’s put a friendlier spin on some commonly used social media acronyms.

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WTF? KISS? We all know what the acronyms mean; we may even have used them. But let’s face it: Not one is what you might term “polite communication.” So we’ve created kinder new definitions for five common—negative—social media acronyms. Now it’s your turn: Send that positivity out into the world by sharing our cards—you’ll find them on our Facebook page—or customizing them with your own definitions. You can even see what definitions other readers came up with and vote for your favorites: The four with the most votes will be featured on RealSimple.com.

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