An old acronym is everywhere, Tom Cruise-like, full of mysterious renewed vigor.
Exhibits B, pulled from Twitter jn (just now):
New American words, science says, are usually thefted from Black Twitter. In this case, Twitter is a seat of the resurgence. Exhibit 2A:
What is the Internet but an exercise in obsessing over the right now? The right now is what matters, until the day we ditch it for the new right now. In this case, the right now is actually "rn" ("right now"). This is the apotheosis of Internet trends.
RIP in advance to a good acronym who only tried to please us.
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