IAGIDHmean? Here you find
Its all good in da hood
An acronym standing for I Am Genuinely Laughing. Used to resolve disputes where a party may be accused of laughing sarcastically or just to affirm that one is genuinely laughing. Primarly used in non-face-to-face communication i.e. Texting
1)a) Villain from Shakespeare's Othello. b) anyone who conspires behind the backs of and manipulates others. 2) Jafar's parrot from Aladdin, voiced by Gilbert Godfried.
On the internet, the two magic gateway words to porn. Clicking a button or link that says "I agree" will let you enter a porn website under whatever conditions that you have "agreed" to (e.g. you are 18 or older). It is supposed to be a deterrent to prevent minors from accessing pornography, often using scary-sounding words like "attest" and "perjury". But, like in the example below, it's rarely effective.
A phrase first used on the United Kingdom's first televised election debate of 2010. It was widely used by the two other main party leaders to signify agreement with the leader of the Liberal Democrats (Nick Clegg) who became very popular after the debate because of his good manner and sensible policies.Can be used when asked for an opinion that you cannot give because of a lack of knowledge and interest on a subject. The majority of the time, this use will be non-nonsensical.
"I am going to fucking kill you" A term describing an action of homocide in affection. Also considered a threat. It could also be a joke. Interpretation is left to the receiver of such a msg. They can either shiver, scream, hide under the bed, call the cops or laugh at it. They could even reply with "lol". If you think about it, this could even express someone's love, "I love you so much that Iagtfky". It looks funny, but who says making up new shortcuts isn't fun. Soon we wont need more than 100 words to write an essay: "Ouat(once upon a time), twag(there was a girl) wkh(who killed herself).