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I'd recognize it because my boss is from England (not unlike Winnie the
Pooh!). Anyway, TTFN is something you'll hear if you go to England.
Ann Amsler (mother of 20-year-old who's STILL in love with Winnie the Pooh!)
On Wed, 20 Jul 1994, Karla McMaster wrote:
> Karen Steele provided info about the commonly used net abbreviations. Kind of
> makes me think of the one Tigger (you know, Winnie-the-Pooh's friend) uses:
> TTFN (ta-ta for now). Would anyone else recognize it if I used it?
> Karla (mother of pre-schooler who loves Winnie-the-Pooh videos) McMaster
> mcmaster -at- cti-pet -dot- com