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What on earth does OP mean? I see people bandy about this acronym all the time. Usually the context is different which changes what the meaning could be.

 

In various posts I have thought it meant:

Operator

Opinion

Overpowered 

etc


I suspect that most of those who use it mean all of those things as the occasion suits. It certainly doesn't impress as an intelligent use of the language.

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OP = Overpowered (when refering to something)

"This ship is so OP !!!!"

 

OP = Opening Post (Topic Starter)

"To the OP, blahblahblahblahblah....."

 

OP = Opening (As opposed to ED = Ending)

"The first OP of <anime> is awesome !!!"

 

OP = Operator (of a channel)

"Please OP me plox!!!!"

 

 

 

Edited by Windforce

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OP: Overpowered, imagine that you're playing StarCraft in Single Player and start typing: "power overwhelming" and press enter. Now feel the flow...

 

OP: Original/Opening Post(er), the guy who post this thread or any other thread, including the "ABC is too OP" kinda thread.

 

OP: Oh Poi! - the friendly salute that some animé fans often do to each other :salute:

 

OP: Observation Post/Point - the highest place on your ship/port/area of operation - let's say the WTC on Operation 9/11

 

OP: Ooopsie Pantsy - I really have no idea what it means, that's the think came out of my mind when I see some very attractive woman like... this

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And I think I ran out of idea for now...

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^ Ooopsie Pantsy? :D

 

That's a very good example regards to my saying so yes, it DID involve too damn much to what we're saying...

Edited by jchen8792

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