by Dex Novice February 11, 2018
by supremejuiceman October 15, 2020
by Rom, the hero of Terok Nor October 05, 2020
Everyone says, but very few actually do.
It's basically a polite way of telling someone that what they're going through sucks but it's not your problem
Now, if you ACTUALLY keep the person in your thoughts and prayers, AND make at least some effort to help them, then you're using this phrase with meaning. But most people use this phrase to politely say they don't give a damn about what you're going through.
The Correct Usage:
Jake: My Mom died.
Dan: Thoughts and Prayers for you guys
Jake: Dude is that really all you can give me?
Dan: No, I actually mean it, we can talk about it whenever you want and I'm always here for you. I had something similar happen a while ago.
Jake: My Mom Died
Dan: Thoughts and Prayers
Jake: Is that all you've got to help?
Dan: Yeah, I'm going through some tough crap too, my Instagram account got locked
by Xxxxxxxxfanboyxxxxxxxxxx October 14, 2020
Typical phrase conveying artificial care and concern for people adversely affected by any number of situations in life; a phrase used in fake concern by people knowing damn well they're not going to do anything to help
by HenryLeeH3 October 25, 2018
by LeTigre2020 October 19, 2020