An acronym is formed from the initial letters of words in a phrase or title and pronounced as its own word. When you take the first letter of each word in a phrase or title, it may occasionally create a funny acronym, but it's amusing to reverse the process and make an acronym word stand for a silly phrase.
Adverbs are an essential part of a writer's toolbox. Although they shouldn't be overused, they can often convey specific details that other parts of speech cannot. The proper use of adverbs can help your speech or writing stand out. In fact, good use of adverbs will strengthen your writing and make you sound like you're worth listening to.