My Bad

What does My Bad mean?

I’m responsible for the error

Ever heard someone say ‘My Bad’ and wondered what it meant? Well, it’s a common slang expression mostly used by the younger crowd. It’s a quick and cool way to admit you’re wrong or you made a mistake.

It’s often used in casual conversations, especially among friends. You might hear someone say ‘My Bad’ if they’ve messed up or done something they shouldn’t have. It’s a way of owning up to their actions without making a big deal out of it.

And, if you’re really in a hurry, you might even see it shortened to ‘My B’. It’s the same thing, just a bit more condensed. So, next time you hear someone say ‘My Bad’, you’ll know they’re just acknowledging their mistake.

Example for using ‘My Bad’ in a conversation

Hey, I accidentally deleted your message. Sorry about that! πŸ™ˆ

No worries, my bad for not saving it. πŸ˜…

I forgot to bring the snacks to the party. My bad! πŸ™ƒ

It’s all good! We can grab some on the way. 🍿πŸ₯€