What Does WUUP2 Mean?

WUUP2 means "What are you up to?". WUUP2 is used to ask "What are you doing," "What's going on?" or even "How are you?" The term is thought to have originated on the now discontinued MSN messaging service. (NB: Nowadays, the term WUU2 is more commonly used.)

WYD (What are you doing?) and WRU@ (Where are you at?) are alternative ways of asking the same question.

Summary of Key Points

"What are You Up To?" is the most common definition for WUUP2 on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:What are You Up To?
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for WUUP2

When I write WUUP2, I mean this:

meaning of WUUP2
What are you up to?


Examples of WUUP2 in Sentences

Here are examples of WUUP2 being used in conversations:
  • Tony: I'm lonely. WUUP2?
  • Jordan: I'm just listening to music.
  • Tony: I've got tickets for a gig later. WUUP2?
  • Jordan: Lucky you. I've got to work.

An Academic Look at WUUP2

WUUP2 plays the role of an interrogative sentence (i.e., a question), but it is commonly seen without a question mark. In other words, it can be written "WUUP2?" or "WUUP2".

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "what are you doing?" instead of WUUP2.

Example of WUUP2 Used in a Text


See Also

WUD (what you doing?) WUU2 (what are you up to?) WUUT (what are you up to?) WRU (where are you?) WRUD (what are you doing?) Using the music symbols