What does S2G stand for?

Swear to God

When someone uses the slang term ‘S2G’, they are basically saying “I swear to God.” This is a way of making a strong promise or guaranteeing the truth of something. It’s often used when what’s being said sounds too crazy or unbelievable to be true.

So, if you see ‘S2G’ at the end of a wild statement, the user is trying to assure you they are not lying. They are so sure of what they’re saying that they would swear to it in front of their god(s).

But it’s not always used to vouch for truth. Sometimes, people use ‘S2G’ to show how frustrated they are. For example, they might say “I S2G, if you honk that horn one more time…”.

Example for using ‘S2G’ in a conversation

Hey, guess what? I just won the lottery! S2G, it’s true! πŸ’ΈπŸŽ‰

No way! S2G? That’s incredible! πŸ€‘

I know, right? I can’t believe it myself! S2G, my life has completely changed! 😁

That’s so awesome! S2G, I’m really happy for you! πŸ™Œ