Back in the saddle
When someone says they’re back to their BITS, they’re basically telling you they’ve resumed doing something they haven’t done in a while. It’s a handy acronym for expressing that notion.
Don’t mix up this slang term with the computer term ‘bits’. They’re two completely different things. Although they share the same word, their meanings are worlds apart.
BITS in slang is all about returning to an activity or habit that may have been paused for some time. So next time someone tells you they’re back to their BITS, it means they’re getting back to something they’ve missed out on for some time.
Example for using ‘BITS’ in a conversation
Hey! Long time no see! How have you been?
Hey! I’m good, thanks! Just got back to playing guitar after ages! 😄
That’s awesome! BITS, huh? Feels great to get back in the saddle, doesn’t it? 🎸
Absolutely! It’s like rediscovering a part of myself. Feels amazing! 🤘
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