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Initialism vs. portmanteau

The article states that YTMNSFW is an initialism for "You're the man not safe for work," which makes very little sense. I believe the intention was more to create a portmanteau of YTMND (you're the man now dog) and NSFW (not safe for work). What do you think of this matter? Messedrocker 02:27, July 6, 2006 (CDT)

I agree. "You're the man not safe for work" makes no sense. Qgor 11:23, July 6, 2006 (CDT)
Good call, gentlemen.--BTape 11:29, July 6, 2006 (CDT)

Hey guys, just threw in a paragraph stating how currently ytmnsfw bounces to ytmnd - I'm having verbal diarrhea though so if anyone wants to reword it to sound better feel free --Corevirus 20:22, September 25, 2006 (CDT)

I think that if the site contains some swearing, then the site is SFW (cloudsong one for an example). Why? Because there will be no real trouble getting caught with that on work (well, generally). However, if the site contains a song Papaya - Pink Dinosaur, then I really consider it NSFW. You REALLY don't want to get caught when that music plays. *shudders* --Artman40 09:09, December 12, 2006 (CST)