What does gmta mean? View the definition of gmta and all related slang terms containing gmta below:
great minds think alike
Usage of GMTA
The abbreviation GMTA is commonly used in texting and online conversations, and it stands for 'great minds think alike.' This phrase indicates that when two or more people have the same idea or opinion about something, it is a sign of their shared intelligence or understanding of the topic. The abbreviation is often used playfully or humorously, as a way of acknowledging that someone else has just voiced a thought that you were also thinking.
Examples of GMTA used in texting:
1. Friend 1: "I think we should order pizza tonight."
Friend 2: "GMTA! I was just about to suggest the same thing."
2. Colleague 1: "Maybe we should approach the project from a different angle."
Colleague 2: "GMTA! I was just thinking that we need to change our approach too."
3. Sibling 1: "I'm so excited for the new season of our favorite show!"
Sibling 2: "GMTA! I was just about to text you and ask if you were ready for it to start."