Impossible to say out loud without sounding like a Made In Chelsea cast member. Same goes for other abbreviations such as: emoshe, blates, obvs, and adorbs.
It's meaningless and redundant. If you agree with the statement, why not just retweet it? The icon is right there.
There's a faux-humble, "lil old me" quality to it. And, again, it's redundant. We know you're just saying. You just said it. Might as well postscript every tweet with, "I just tweeted."
It's one of those things that people only say on social media, never in real life.
It's one of the most over-used acronyms on the web. Conceivably it might be appropriate if you were doing something genuinely daring - preparing to bungee jump, say - but mostly people use this when writing about really banal things.
The English language is blessed with countless ways of saying "this food is delicious". Try one of those instead.
There's something weirdly juvenile and infantilising about it. For some reason celebrities seem to love referring to their followers this way.
Whether used as an adjective ("that's so random") or a noun ("just a bunch of randoms"), the word has lost all meaning.
You're not Hamlet. Plus, as with so many of the words in this list, the sentence would mean exactly the same thing if you left the word out. So leave it out!
The laziest possible response to anything. Imagine if someone said this to you in real life. It would be the rudest thing ever, right?
Is this really the best synonym for "excellent" we can come up with? Also see variants such as "amazebonk" and "ridonculous". We're better than this, internet.