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my b

interjection; clipping
My fault.
 
This term is used in a playful manner to express one’s realization that they have made a mistake. It is used only in informal speech and mostly by teenagers and young adolescents.
Etymology : my b. Formed by the clipping of bad in the term “my bad.” “My bad,” from which my b originates, also is defined as my fault, and is similarly used in informal and playful contexts.
Source : Friend in February 2008 “My b. I didn’t mean for you to drop your books.”
Last modified: 29 November 2008


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