Toodles

What does Toodles mean?

‘Toodles’ means ‘Goodbye’

Ever heard someone say ‘Toodles’? It’s a friendly way to bid goodbye, usually used in a warm, affectionate manner. It’s kind of like saying ‘See you soon’ or ‘Take care’ when parting ways.

But that’s not all! ‘Toodles’ isn’t always used in a sweet context. Sometimes, it can be used in a sarcastic manner too. For example, if someone is annoying you and you want them to leave, you might say ‘Toodles’ to them. It’s a way of saying, ‘Bye, I don’t want you around anymore.’

So, you see, the usage of ‘Toodles’ is quite versatile. You can use it to express fondness when saying goodbye, or even to show annoyance in a cheeky way. It’s all about how you say it and the context you use it in.

Example for using ‘Toodles’ in a conversation

Hey, are you free to hang out later?

Sorry, I can’t today. Maybe another time?

No worries, toodles! 😊

Toodles! Have a great day! πŸ‘‹