Shaking (or shake) my head (used to express disapproval, exasperation, frustration, etc.):‘They'll do anything for ratings. SMH’‘SMH at your silly remarks’‘I can both understand the outrage and SMH at it’
- ‘Right now I'm so ashamed of my home state, smh.’
- ‘The sequels sucked so what makes them think a tv series will work! Smh.’
- ‘SMH at the people who post videos on this site.’
- ‘Wow smh, so many off-subject arguments and comments.’
- ‘SMH at this nasty show.’
- ‘That man is father of her children, and all she wants to do is embarrass him in front of them. SMH.’
- ‘Smh @ her latest selfie.’
- ‘You let the fake rumours influence your perception of him. SMH.’
- ‘Smh. I'm going to need for her to know that she can't go around saying things like this.’
- ‘It likes she does it for attention, smh.’
Early 21st century: sometimes also interpreted as short for so much hate.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.