IG2R

What does IG2R stand for?

I got to run

If you’re in a rush and need to let others know, you might use IG2R. It’s a speedy way of saying ‘I have to go right now’. This short phrase is often seen in chat rooms or in text messages when someone needs to leave quickly.

This term is actually a twist on a few older ones. It’s a variant of G2R, GTR, and GR. All of these acronyms are used to signal a sudden departure. But IG2R puts a more urgent spin on things. It’s like saying ‘I really have to dash’.

So, the next time you’re in a hurry and have to cut a conversation short, you can simply drop an IG2R. It’s a speedy and effective way to communicate your need to leave without having to type out a long message.

Example for using ‘IG2R’ in a conversation

Hey, are you coming to the party tonight? πŸŽ‰

I wish I could, but I have some urgent work. πŸ˜”

Oh, that’s too bad. We’ll miss you! πŸ˜•

Yeah, sorry about that. IG2R, gotta finish this deadline. Talk to you later! πŸ‘‹