What does ywapom mean? View the definition of ywapom and all related slang terms containing ywapom below:
you want a piece of me?
Usage of YWAPOM
The abbreviation YWAPOM is commonly used as a playful and confrontational way of asking someone if they want to fight or challenge you in some way. It stands for "you want a piece of me?" and is typically used among friends or acquaintances in a joking and lighthearted manner. While it may sound confrontational, it is often used playfully without any actual intent to fight or argue.
Friend 1: Hey, I heard you've been talking smack about me.
Friend 2: YWAPOM? Just kidding, I haven't said anything about you.
Acquaintance: I heard you think you're better than me at basketball.
You: YWAPOM? Let's hit the court and find out.
Friend 1: You stole my fries from McDonald's!
Friend 2: YWAPOM? I'll buy you a new order next time.