This was an act of mindless vandalism and I hope those who took part are caught and feel the wrath of British justice.
What does FTW stand for?
FTW stands for Feel the Wrath
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 24 other meanings of FTW in our Acronym Attic
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- Firearms Training Video System
- Face the World
- Families Than Work
- Fare Thee Well
- Fate of Two Worlds (video game)
- Fear the Wife
- Feed the World (Internet slang)
- Feel The Wind
Samples in periodicals archive:
The driver, who has failed to pay 70 of his penalties and is thought to owe almost pounds 6000 in fines, was one of five drivers to feel the wrath of Aberdeen City Council's new parking regime at the weekend.
Mubarak was driven from office by a popular uprising as the despots of the Middle East feel the wrath of the people.
This record is fact and New Labour, I have zero doubt, will suffer at the polls, as they deserve to feel the wrath of the people.
I longed to hate Roberta but recognized that the character has supped in sorrow's kitchen, and because of it, generations must feel the wrath of her obsessive love.
I am sure that won't be for long if she carries on saying the things she does,because her friends may think they will be the next to feel the wrath of her tongue.
It will be left to more experienced, already overworked, members of staff either to take on the extra workload or feel the wrath of their employer.
Everything else that looks wack X-Games: Killing our spots in every city they go Coke or Pepsi: Coke Who rips: Stupid little kids with no steez Secrets revealed: Anybody that fucks with me and Tony Montana is going to feel the wrath Trick of the month: Nollieflip f/s noseslide.