What does tmr@ia mean? View the definition of tmr@ia and all related slang terms containing tmr@ia below:
the monkeys are at it again
Usage of TMR@IA
The abbreviation 'TMR@IA' is used to indicate that the monkeys are causing trouble or misbehaving again. This phrase is commonly used in situations where things are going wrong or are out of control, and can be used to express frustration or annoyance. The use of this abbreviation allows for a quick and easy way to convey this message without having to type out the full phrase.
Examples of TMR@IA used in texting:
1. "Can you believe it? TMR@IA and they've already knocked over a vase!"
2. "I just cleaned up their mess yesterday and now TMR@IA!"
3. "Looks like TMR@IA, I can hear them screeching in the trees."