What does BH@ stand for?

Be home at

When you want to tell someone like your kid, partner, or parent what time they should be home, you can use the slang term BH@. It’s a quick and easy way to set a time. For instance, if you’ve got a movie to catch at 8:00, you might tell your GF to BH@ 7:45. This way, you both can leave on time.

Now, suppose you receive a BH@ text, but you know you won’t make it on time. In such a situation, you have a couple of options. You can respond with bhl8, a slang term which means you’ll be running late. It’s a way to let the other person know not to worry if you’re not home at the specified time.

Alternatively, you can use NLT in your response. NLT stands for ‘No Later Than’, and it’s used to give a definite time by which you’ll be home. It’s a good way to reassure the person waiting at home that you have a clear plan, even if you can’t make the original BH@ time.

Example for using ‘BH@’ in a conversation

Hey, are you coming to the party tonight?

Yeah, I’ll be there! BH@ 9, okay?

Sounds good! See you then! πŸŽ‰