The extraordinary combination of wtf and bs. Expresses the supreme form of amazement and surprise. Ultimately it is the utter failure to believe what the fuck is going on.
"MY COLLEAGUE AT MIT WAS BEFUDDLED BY THIS DUBIOUS PROBLEM AND COULDNT BELIEVE MY ANSWER WAS CORRECT, BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH, PROVE MY THEORY" and we're like WTBS IF A MIT PHD CANT FIGURE IT OUT HOW CAN WE?!??!?!WTBS!!!

just saw some BOFL commericial for football and xbox live and this pup was talkin on the headphones for it and was like YOUR DEFENSE IS OFFENSIVE when he scored on this black pup, and the black pup and his friend were like WTBS WHAT A NERD

Like before he went up to some random girls and was like "ok, lets have sex" and they were like WTBS and ran away g00d

WTBS SHIT SON DONT CALL IT A PUPBACK!!!!
de hohoh0 3 février 2003
Literally: "Want to buy"
General expression of desire. Need not pertain to an actual purchase.
Common in internet games such as World of Warcraft
WTB better DPS
de Drgodsauce 22 novembre 2010
Also used as "willing to buy", suggesting an interest in purchase. Commonly used in MMORPGs.
WTB a life or something close to it.
de Anonn 15 juillet 2005
What The Brown?

Common used by the creatures.
Kootra: What the brown is that?
Sp00n: WTB
de Bruskorken 28 octobre 2011
"What the butt?" An alternative to "wtf?"
Me: I just fucked Mimi while you were sleeping.
Mary: Wtb?
de TJohn! 6 janvier 2010
pronounced: WHAT THE BUCK! or WHAT THE BELL?

- the wholesome way of saying WTF (if wtf is too rude for you)

- also a common typo when attempting to type wth (what the hell)
*on msn*

coolguy123: hey you have a really sweaty smile
chickeybabe333: wtb.. i think you mean sweet smile?
coolguy123: na.. i meant sweaty smile
chickeybabe333: oh.. wtb??
coolguy123: wtf.. i think you mean wth/wtf?
chickeybabe333: hey stop swearing bro!! wtb stands for what the buck.. get with it coolguy123..
de moleynesh 2 novembre 2009
What the Bleep.
Used instead of WTF in front of kids or preacher man
WTB were yoou thinking when you ate that
de EJEnd 29 janvier 2011

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