What does tfic mean? View the definition of tfic and all related slang terms containing tfic below:
Tongue Firmly In Cheek
Usage of TFIC
The abbreviation TFIC is used to denote a situation where someone is not being serious or is joking around. The phrase 'Tongue Firmly In Cheek' refers to a person who is saying something humorous or ridiculous while also indicating that they are not being completely serious.
Example of TFIC used in texting:
1. Friend 1: Did you hear that I'm starting a career as an opera singer?
Friend 2: Wow, congrats! TFIC
(Explanation: Friend 2 is indicating that they know Friend 1 is not being serious and is instead making a joke)
2. Me: My dog learned how to drive a car!
Friend: Really? That's impressive. TFIC
(Explanation: Friend is not actually believing my ridiculous claim and using TFIC to show they are not being serious)
3. Parent: You're grounded for not doing your chores!
Me: Oh no, what will I ever do without TV privileges? TFIC
(Explanation: I am not taking my punishment seriously and using TFIC to show that I am joking around)