What Does SMH Mean on Snapchat?


As the world is evolving the social media world is also growing. The style of chatting has also changed, now people prefer using slang to describe how they feel about something while chatting about something. SMH is a newly emerged slang that is mostly used on Snapchat.

So, in this guide, you will learn what is the meaning of SMH on Snapchat and how can you use it perfectly while chatting.

SMH Meaning Explained

SMH stands for “Shaking My Head”, if you find anyone using “SMH” while chatting whether on Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp, or Facebook the meaning of SMH remains the same.

In the real world when we get disappointed like when we lose a match we shake our head to show our disappointment, SMH is used in the same sense in chatting. For example –

Friend – Mike got fired from his job for constantly showing up late
You – SMH. I don’t know what to say. How he can be so irresponsible?

How to Use SMH in Chatting Correctly?

I have seen many people who use SMH in a lot of sentences to look cool but in reality, there is no relevancy of it in the sentence. So here is how you can use it correctly in texting –

  • Always use it to express disappointment, frustration, or disbelief at a situation or someone’s actions.
  • Don’t overuse it.
  • Always make sure that the context is appropriate to use it.
  • Don’t use it In professional conversations.
  • Always use SMH in capital letters.

Final Notes

So this is what SMH means on Snapchat, I hope now you will use it in appropriate contexts and will not overuse it. However, it depends from situation to situation where it fits best. Overall it depends on each person’s intellect where they use it.

Frequently Asked questions

Can I use SMH in professional conversations?

No, it is recommended to use this type of slang in professional conversations.

Does SMH mean the same on all social media?

Yes, it is used in the same context on every chatting platform.

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