What Does GTFOH Mean in a Text?

GTFOH means "Get the F*ck Outta Here."

The abbreviation GTFOH is widely used in texting and on social media to mean "Get the F"ck Outta Here."

GTFOH is used as a dismissive or incredulous reaction to something that someone has just said or done. Between friends it is typically used humorously, but it can also express genuine shock or anger.

The origins of the phrase "Get the F*ck Outta Here" are lost in time; however, it was made popular by the 1984 movie Beverly Hills Cop, in which the lead character Axel Foley, played by Eddie Murphy, uses the phrase repeatedly.

GTFOH is is similar in meaning and use to abbreviations such as GTFO (Get the F*ck Out) and GJOAC (Go Jump Off a Cliff).

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When I write GTFOH, I mean this:

meaning of GTFOH

"Get the F*ck Outta Here"

Summary of Key Points

"Get the F*ck Outta Here" is the most common definition for GTFOH on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Get the F*ck Outta Here
Guessability:guessability level 2

2: Quite easy to guess

Typical Users:typical user

Adults and Teenagers

Example of GTFOH Used in a Text

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