Has one of your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & Co. posts ever been commented on with a "smh" and found it difficult to interpret what that meant? This guide tells you the whole truth about the ominous statement from the urban youth language, so that you too can use it appropriately in social networks from now on.
SMH is an acronym - that is, a word made up of the first letters of several words or a phrase. In this case it is a phrase from the English language and stands for shake my head or shaking my head. People who are very attached to the profane style like to add an f to this abbreviation. They just shake their damn heads.
SMH: Shaking heads on social platforms
The abbreviation can be found primarily in the various social networks from Facebook to Twitter and always serves the same purpose there: to make it clear as briefly as possible that the words, the picture, the comment simply fail you because the event has left you speechless for various reasons power. It's like in non-virtual life too - some things cause an involuntary shaking of the head. And even if you have your muscles under control, there can be an inner, barely noticeable shaking of the head - SMH stands for a feeling that everyone knows - all over the world, but we have these emotional experiences for sometimes very different reasons. SMH suits many occasions:
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In contrast to AMK, for example, SMH is an abbreviation from urban slang that can be used without violating the required forms of politeness. Incidentally, Internetslang.com has collected over 9000 such slang acronyms and other forms of abbreviation - if you master them all, you can possibly save an incredible amount of your life.
Other meanings of SMH
You may come across the abbreviation in other contexts than the ones mentioned: