What does KMAB stand for?

Kiss my a**, b****

When you want to express your annoyance or disdain towards someone, but want to keep it short, you might use KMAB. This is an acronym for the phrase “kiss my a**, b****”. It’s a step up from KMA but not as intense as KMMFA, and it lets the recipient know exactly what you think about them and how they can deal with it.

However, if you really want to get your message across, you might want to spell out the whole phrase. There’s something satisfying about hitting each key with contempt, and it also ensures that your message won’t be misunderstood.

Remember, slang like KMAB can be very offensive and should be used with caution. It’s always better to communicate your feelings in a respectful and mature way.

Example for using ‘KMAB’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear what Jessica said about you?

No, what did she say?

She called you a loser and said you’ll never amount to anything.

Wow, she’s such a mean girl. KMAB! πŸ–•πŸ˜‘