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‘M4M4BEAR’ meanings explored as ‘terrible’ license plate meme goes viral

Bruno Cook January 25, 2023

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Screenshots of a social media post circulated on Twitter in which Brian J White referred to a “lady in her 30s with license plate M4M4BEAR” and told her she had made a “terrible mistake” but it took a human being to understand it to understand the meaning Acronyms/Slang “M4M” and “M4M4bear”.

One user’s tweet about a related post received 2.3 million views and nearly 30,000 likes.

However, this is nothing new.it Appeared on iFunny in September 2019and Popular on Reddit September 2018.

For the latter, it’s worth noting that the OP didn’t understand either – the difference in meaning between M4M4BEAR and MAMABEAR is crucial. So, here’s what you need to know.

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What is the difference in meaning between “MAMABEAR” and “M4M4BEAR”?

“Mother Bear” has two meanings, one is literal and the other is colloquial. The first is exactly what it sounds like: a mother bear raising one or more cubs.

This The second is to extend: A woman, especially a mother, is very protective of her child. Both are easily gleaned from the words themselves. You can see why someone might want their license plate to say “MAMABEAR”.

However, the “M4M4BEAR” license plate implies a very different meaning, related to the hashtag people use in chat rooms to identify the person they are looking for.

If you’re male and want to meet men, you’ll probably label yourself “m4m” (or “M4M”), which means “male to male.”In LGBT culture, a bear refers to a gay or bisexual man with “facial/body hair and a lovable body,” according to Definition of Montclair State University.

So “M4M4bear” could mean male to male to bear, depending on the context

Yes. While the second meaning of “bear” in an LGBT context has more to do with “attitude or comfort with natural masculinity and body”, the meaning is clear.

Some people will find “M4M4BEAR” on the license plate meaning that the driver of its car is a gay or bisexual man who wants to meet another gay or bisexual man and Gay or bisexual males with facial and/or body hair and cute bodies.

This is chat room lingo. This is also what people have explained before to those who “don’t understand” the joke.

“M4M4bear is what you would say in a personal post,” A Reddit user wrote. “Male [for] male [for] Bear (a term for a big, hairy gay man). “

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If you don’t get it right away, you’re not alone

A lot of people seem to have been duped when trying to decipher the meaning of the M4M4BEAR license plate joke.to some extent other people claim “Concerned about the number of people who don’t understand”.

others have expressed similar concernsie, have been “worrying” – how fast they done get it.

Another context in which formulations may appear is in labeled Autonomic Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) recordings.

Whether you time it right away or need an explanation, there’s no reason. Some people know the latest internet slang; others don’t. Internet chat rooms are uncharted territory for many, and even for some die-hard chat room users, the language men use to identify themselves in order to date other men may just pass them by.

You can use different letters to formulate similar labels

Once you understand what the acronym “M4M” means, it’s just hop, hop, hop to “F4M,” “F4F,” and “M4F.”

Hopefully it’s clear now what it means.

In the context of dating and ASMR, The third letter also pops up: “A” means “all”. Like, not specifically looking for a male or female partner/voice.

By the way, M4M4 is also a name 2020 malaysian movieswhich has nothing to do with the license plate joke or the implied meaning of M4M4bear.

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Bruno Cooke has been a freelance writer since 2019, mainly with GRV Media. He was an early contributor to The Focus and has contributed to HITC, Groundviews and the University of Sheffield newspaper – where he completed his MA in Global Journalism in 2021. He is the spoken-word poetry editor of The Friday Poem and self-published his debut 2019 novel, Reverie, which his mom called a “fantastic read” and a “great Christmas gift.” Bruno has lived in China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines and likes: bike tours, black and white Japanese movies, bar quizzes, fermented and baklava. In 2023, Bruno will embark on a journey around the world with his partner.

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