What does IHI mean in online and text messaging?

I have it

IHI is a popular slang term that is used to express the possession of something. This ‘something’ can be a physical object or a metaphorical concept like an idea. Its counterpart is IDHI, which is used to indicate the lack of something.

IHI is a term that is frequently used in online chats and text messages. For example, if your buddy, Mark, asks if you’ve got the latest soccer ball, a simple response could be, “IHI, do you want to kick it around later?”

Similarly, it can be used in a work setting as well. Suppose your colleague, Lisa, checks with you if you have figured out an answer to a tricky problem. You can respond with, “IHI, I’ll share it with you by the end of the day.”

IHI and IDHI are useful terms to quickly communicate possession or the lack of it.

Example for using ‘IHI’ in a conversation

Hey, did you watch the new episode of that show? πŸ“Ί

No, I missed it. Do you have it? πŸ€”

IHI! I recorded it. Wanna come over and watch it? 🍿

Sounds good! I’ll bring snacks. See you soon! πŸŽ‰