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Literally means "Your mileage may vary" but is often used in forum talk meaning that your results will vary
"There is a great sale going on at the store, most under $10, but YMMV"
Quintox가 작성 2006년 07월 18일 (화)
 
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Literally, "Your Mileage May Vary," coming from the small print in (American?) automobile commercials in the 70's and 80's. It has come to mean an acknowledgement that the opinion of the poster may not be shared by everyone.
I thought Weezer's later albums were better than their earlier works, but YMMV.
Charles Mange가 작성 2006년 12월 05일 (화)
 
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Your Mileage May Vary
Anonymous가 작성 2003년 03월 30일 (일)
 
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Internet shorthand used to represent 'your mileage may vary' meaning 'how far you will be able to go depends on (usually external) factors relating to yourself', such as locality. Often used in deal forums to indicate that the OP (original poster) was able to complete the deal but it is unlikely or uncertain that others will be able to do the same. Can also be used to represent 'your market may vary' which is more appropriate for internet deal forums and more easily translates to some, especially people foreign to the english language. Often used in internet forums to indicate the likelyhood of something happening is uncertain.
I got that Hard Drive for a quarter, but ymmv!
Doobie Munchen가 작성 2007년 05월 16일 (수)
 
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Your mileage may vary, It worked for me but it may not work for you
It worked with my siblings but YMMV.
The Return of Light Joker가 작성 2010년 04월 06일 (화)
 
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Your Mileage May Vary. Little talked about escort code for "If you're good looking you may be entitled to some extras beyond the standard "straight fuck" FS and BJ such as GFE, DATY and FK". This is usually done to encourage a repeat call from a desirable client.
When she said YMMV, boy did she mean YMMV.
bill the cat가 작성 2008년 07월 10일 (목)
 
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"Your Mother's Mini-Van", meaning... kinda lame and/or frumpy.
She didn't give the best bj's, but damn, definitely not YMMV when she's on top.
TheDDog가 작성 2011년 01월 19일 (수)