West Ham Related Hashtags on Twitter- What do WHTID, COYI, IFBB and others mean?

Social media often tends to be a great place to find out fellow West Ham fans. Here are a few West Ham related words/terms that you can use on Twitter and other famous social media platforms like Instagram to find out content and opinions related to the club. On Twitter, for example, just searching COYI will bring up tweets that have the term.

What is the meaning of WHTID?

WHTID stands for West Ham Till I Die.

What is the full form of COYI?

COYI stands for “Come on You Irons”- Irons is also a nickname for West Ham

What is the full form of IFBB (West Ham)?

IFBB in the West Ham context means “I’m forever blowing bubbles”

What does UTH mean in a West Ham context?

UTH stands for “Up the Hammers”

Other tags that also bring up West Ham related content would be “Hammers”, “COYH” (Come on you Hammers”) and “WHUFC”

You can also use the official Premier League game hashtag to see tweets related to that particular fixture”- for example WHULIV” for West Ham vs Liverpool and “LIVWHU” for Liverpool v West Ham games, and so on.

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