LIDHE

What does LIDHE stand for?

Like I don’t have enough

Picture this: you’re already swamped with tasks and someone comes up to you with yet another thing to do. You might feel like pulling your hair out, right? That’s where the slang term ‘LIDHE’ comes in handy.

It’s an acronym you can use to express your frustration when you’re overwhelmed with work. ‘LIDHE’ is typically used when you’re stressed out, and it’s your way of saying, “I can’t take on any more tasks!”

But that’s not the only way to use ‘LIDHE’. It can also be used in a sarcastic manner. For instance, if someone asks you to do something ridiculous or unreasonable, you might respond with a sarcastic ‘LIDHE’ to show your disbelief or annoyance.

So, remember, the next time you’re piled high with work and someone has the audacity to ask you to do more, just use ‘LIDHE’. It’s a simple way to express your exasperation or disbelief without having to explain yourself.

Example for using ‘LIDHE’ in a conversation

Ugh, I have so much homework to do tonight! 😫

Hey, can you help me with my project? It’s due tomorrow. πŸ™

LIDHE! Like I don’t have enough to do already! 😑

Sorry, I didn’t realize you were swamped. I’ll ask someone else. πŸ’β€β™€οΈ