- What does 9 mean in texting?
- What does TFTI mean in a text?
- Is geocaching still a thing 2020?
- Why is geocaching dangerous?
- What do you do when you find a geocache?
- Who has found the most geocaches?
- What does DMS mean sexually?
- Can’t find any geocaches?
- What is usually in a geocache?
- What does TFTF mean in geocaching?
- What does TFTG mean?
- What is the point of geocaching?
- What should you not put in a geocache?
What does 9 mean in texting?
Yum, licking:9 means “Yum, licking” So now you know – :9 means “Yum, licking” – don’t thank us..
What does TFTI mean in a text?
thanks for the inviteTFTI is a texting and social-media acronym that means thanks for the invite, and is usually used sarcastically, when someone has not been invited.
Is geocaching still a thing 2020?
With over 3 million geocaches worldwide, geocaching is fun in all directions. That’s why we’re celebrating 02.02. 2020, an international palindrome date, with a new souvenir! The last Leap Day was four years ago in 2016 and we’ve been anxiously awaiting it’s return in 2020.
Why is geocaching dangerous?
Geocaching has many of the same dangers of simply being outside. In urban areas there is the risk of being hit by an auto, being mugged, etc. In the woods there are the risks of inclement weather, lightning, poison ivy or oak, stinging nettle, biting insects, venomous snakes, predatory animals, falling, etc.
What do you do when you find a geocache?
Enter the coordinates of the geocache into your GPS Device. Use your GPS device to assist you in finding the hidden geocache. Sign the logbook and return the geocache to its original location. Share your geocaching stories and photos online.
Who has found the most geocaches?
The most found geocaches are both hidden in the capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague. In fact, they’re just across the famous Charles Bridge from one another.
What does DMS mean sexually?
Direct message A DM may also be called a “private message” or simply “message.” People often use the DM feature to communicate with others about a sensitive matter with information such as contact info or sexually suggestive messages.
Can’t find any geocaches?
If you can’t find a geocache, view the cache description, photos, recent logs, and hints. You can dig geocaching, but don’t dig in the ground! Geocaches will never be buried. Always CITO (Cache in Trash Out) when you geocache.
What is usually in a geocache?
Geocache boxes come in all different shapes and sizes. It can be anything, but it’s usually a small metal, wooden, or plastic box that can withstand the elements. It might be a camouflaged Altoids tin, a can of mixed nuts, or an ammo box, and it’ll be hidden in a safe but non-intrusive place.
What does TFTF mean in geocaching?
Also TFTC “Thanks For The Cache” or how about FFTF “First First To Find”…
What does TFTG mean?
Thanks for the GoldTFTG. Thanks for the Gold. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
What is the point of geocaching?
Today, thousands of people around the world are doing just that through geocaching. Geocachers seek out treasures hidden by other players while exploring interesting locations. At its most basic level, geocaching is a game where players use GPS receivers to track down a container, or cache.
What should you not put in a geocache?
It’s for this reason that you’ll want to make sure that you follow these guidelines (from Geocaching.com) for trade items. Explosives, fireworks, ammunition, lighters, knives (including pocket knives and multi-tools), drugs, alcohol and any illicit material should not be placed in a cache.