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Initially, in Latin, it is IMHO, which means in my honest opinion, that is, "my sincere opinion" or in my humble opinion, that is, "in my humble opinion." It came to Runet as, IMHO, what we already have, for the sake of understanding, was deciphered as "I have an opinion - hell, you can dispute."
asked, but I will speak out anyway. " Now, especially thanks to the Russian decryption, it is found as "I said IMHO - it means, to argue, to discuss, to change my opinion, and I do not plan. I think so. And I will think so. This is my opinion. Like, he expressed his disgusting opinion - and is happy.
IMHO (from English IMHO) is a popular abbreviation among many Internet users since the late 90s, which means that a particular user only expresses his humble opinion. If you write it in full text, it will turn out "in my humble opinion."
However, I have heard the Russian version of the decoding "I have an opinion - Fuck you" :)
This expression comes from the English IMHO, which can be deciphered as "In my humble opinion" - in my humble opinion. Or as "In my honest opinion" - in my sincere opinion.
As is customary among Russians, the abbreviation is translated, not translated.
Instead of PMIM or PMSM, we got IMHO , after all, "H - heych", we read as "X - ha".
And here the most interesting thing, the translated abbreviation acquired its decoding in Russian:
IMHO - I have an Opinion Fuck I refuse
Matvey, not horrible, but humble.☺
Apart from the direct translation of "In My Humble Opinion" - "in my humble opinion", in the Russian adaptation the abbreviation "IMHO" can be deciphered as "I have an opinion I want To voice "or" I have an Opinion. Fuck you. "