This acronym has basically two entirely different meanings with two entirely different contexts that have the same slang. HML is the abbreviated term for Hate My Life as well as Hit My Line. And both of these phrases have absolutely nothing to do with each other and are at the same time pretty self- explanatory.
Both of them, however, have the same form of usage. They are widely seen and recognised on social media applications in the form of texts, hashtags and status updates.
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Alternate meanings for HML
- Help Me Lord
- Heavy Metal Lover
- Higher Mass Limits
- Human-Machine Language
- High School Mailing List
- Hazardous Material List
- High Medium Low
- Hindustan Motors Limited
- Human Media Lab
- Hitachi Motors Limited
HML or Hit My Line
HML or Hit My line is the alternate way of saying HMU, but in this context, it’s more about getting a call. HML here acts as a bridge between two people who haven’t seen each other in a long while and are meaning to catch up soon. With the help of this acronym, you can always let the other person know that he or she is thought of and that you would like them to call you or at least text.
Person 1: I was thinking if you aren’t doing anything, HML?
Person 2: Yes, Why not. I have been thinking of calling since so long!
Person 1: Why don’t we start with baby steps? HML if you are willing to make things work.
Person 2: I am not sure. I need time to think this though.
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HML or Hate My Life
In this context, HML is used as a way to complain about how negative things turned out for you or at least the things did not turn out like you thought they would. HML is a pretty common text amongst two people where someone is pretty frustrated about something, and this acronym helps them to rant it out and grab the attention.
Person 1: Can you believe miss Jones made Spencer my lab partner! HML!
Person 2: Aww. I’m sure it isn’t that bad!
Person 1: I just HML!!! Penny ruined my graduation speech! I’ll have to write a new one!
Person 2: It’s ok man! I can help you out!
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