What does Pix mean?


When you come across the term ‘Pix’, it’s actually a casual way to say “pictures”. But it’s not that common, as most people prefer the slang ‘pics’ when talking about photos on the internet or in text messages.

You’d often see ‘pix’ (or ‘pics’) in the phrase “pix or it didn’t happen”. The phrase is a way to call out someone who makes a hard-to-believe statement. It essentially means, “Show me the photos, or I won’t believe it happened.”

So, if someone tells an incredible story and you’re skeptical, you could use this phrase to prompt them for proof. It’s all about asking for photographic evidence to back up their claim.

Example for using ‘Pix’ in a conversation

Hey! I went to the beach today. It was so beautiful! πŸŒŠβ˜€οΈ

Oh, really? Pix or it didn’t happen! πŸ˜„πŸ“·

Haha, don’t worry! I’ll send you some pix right now! πŸ“Έ

Awesome! Can’t wait to see them! πŸ€©πŸ‘