Don’t worry, be happy
When you see the term ‘DWBH’, it’s basically someone telling you not to sweat the small stuff. It’s an acronym for ‘don’t worry, be happy’ and is often used in text messages or online chats. If someone thinks you’re freaking out over nothing, they might hit you with a ‘DWBH’ to lighten the mood.
You might be familiar with the phrase from a catchy song by an artist named Billy McFerrin. His 1988 hit, ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’, made this phrase a household slogan. So next time you’re feeling a bit under the weather, why not give this classic tune a spin?
You can find the music video for this song below. Who knows, it might just put a smile on your face and help you forget about your worries for a while!
Example for using ‘DWBH’ in a conversation
Hey! How’s your day going?
DWBH! Just enjoying the sunshine and taking it easy. 😄
That’s great! I’ve been feeling a bit stressed lately.
Remember, DWBH! Don’t let things get to you. Take a break and do something that makes you happy. 🌞
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