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    Default When ppl say "For your heads up"

    they are refering to "FYI" or "FYA" ?

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    hmmm... i think the right expression is just "heads up!"

    which basically means get ready for action. don't keep your eyes on the ground, get your head up and watch what's happening.
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    its For Your Information. Whether you take action or not is up to u.

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    yep, i have to agree wif patch17. "heads up" usaully means something like, "get ready" ir "watch out"

    never came across "FYA" but i think "FYI" means "For Your Information"





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    Heads up?
    Its 1/2 way between FYI & FYA.
    In typcial office, it normally refers to some guys have some important information, fyi, but the guys dont know what action yet, so tell u 1st, the guys will then call for a meeting to discuss what actions needed, then it becomes fya.

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    FYI is For Your Info
    FYA is For Your Action...usually used to ask someone to follow-up on it

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    FYI = For your info. And if anything goes wrong you'll get a share of the blame too.

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    thanks guys !

    now I roughly know what that means, if not head sure kenna
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