FTM
A acronym that can stand for many things, in this case 'feel the mash' used to insult people of the spud-headed persuasion.
Spud head "what's q10?"
Normal person "FTM; Feel the mash"
Beküldő: FTMer 1 2011. október 17.
FTM
An abreviation of Fuck The Mags. Mags being newcastle football club. Used for at least the last 50 years.
FTM 2-1. A love supreme.
Beküldő: ANTHFTM 2010. február 7.
FTM
Fuck this moment
person 1-FML!
person 2- no FTM you idiot cause this isn't going to affect you entire life.

pretty much a response to those bitches who always say FML...its annoying
Beküldő: swags4 2010. június 16.
FTM
Feel The Music

A religeon based on music, versus God or Gods. Definitions sometimes veries, but for many people, something might make them think of a tune.
Often times, a person who beleives in FTM is a musician.
I'm a FTM person. Imma go play the guitar now.
Beküldő: love_in_the_form_of_music 2009. november 16.
FTM
FTM - fuck the matrix

scouse slang used against the matrix devision of the police force, aimed to stop drugs and anti- social behaviour

if confrunted about the meaning of FTM most will tell police it means - from the mersey-
FTM lad they arrested us last night

fuck the matrix lad they arrested us last night
Beküldő: minimuch 2009. június 20.
FTM
Fuck Tumblr Man.
Dude 1: Yeah man, I just lost a hugggge chunk of followers today on Tumblr and my tumblarity's disappppppppeared mate.
Dude 2: FTM FTM!
Dude 1: I'm more of a twatterer anyway.
Beküldő: Gregory Manadem 2010. április 18.
FTM
Surreptitious, coded football (soccer) slang from North East England. Can either mean 'Fuck the Mags (or Magpies)!' - this being the traditional and original definition as used by the supporters of Sunderland Association Football Club - or alternatively 'Fuck the Mackems!' as bastardised by the supporters of Newcastle United Football Club.

Further explanation:
'Magpies' is a geordie colloquialism for NUFC who play in black and white shirts. 'Mackems' was formerly a derogatory term for the folk from Sunderland as coined by the people of Newcastle, who, jealous of Sunderland's prowess in the noble art of shipbuilding, would say, 'They mak' em and we tak' em!' (ie, the ships). Today, however, the citizens of Sunderland are proud to be associated with the word Mackem and the connotations of its heritage.

Unless you live in the North East of England, you cannot imagine the fierce and intense rivalry between the two cities of Sunderland and Newcastle despite their being separated by only a few short miles. This burning hatred of each other has endured for many centuries and will no doubt continue for many more.

See also Mackem and Magpie
SAFC Supporter 1: FTM, our boy.
SAFC Supporter 2: Aye FTM, young un.
Beküldő: Mummy Shaz 2005. július 4.

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