Meaning of UG2BK
What Does UG2BK Mean?UG2BK means "You've got to be kidding". UG2BK is an expression of disbelief (suggesting that you think the person who has just told you something is playing a joke). The term UG2BK is a common response to being told something surprising.
"Kidding" means "joking" (as in "you're kidding me"). The verb "to kid" probably derives from kids' (i.e., children's) predisposition to make up stories. However, it has also been suggested that "to kid" might be linked to the death of a notorious 17th century Scottish sailor (Captain William Kidd), who was tried and hung as a pirate in 1701. During the first two attempts to hang him, the rope broke, but it held on the third try, and it was said that the executioners were just "joking" with the first two efforts, and this later became "kidding".
Summary of Key Points
Definition for UG2BKUG2BK means "You've Got to Be Kidding". This is the most common definition for UG2BK on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about UG2BK:
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Adults and Teenagers
An Image for UG2BKWhen I write UG2BK, I mean this:
UG2BK means "you've got to be kidding".
Examples of UG2BK in SentencesHere are examples of UG2BK being used in conversations:
- Sophie: I got dumped last night.
- Tina: Oh no! UG2BK.
- Sophie: No, it's true.
- James: I can earn up to a £1000 a day in my new sales job.
- Steve: UG2BK!
- James: Apparently it's possible.
An Academic Look at UG2BKTechnically speaking, UG2BK is a standalone declarative sentence (i.e., a statement), but it is often treated like an interrogative sentence (i.e., a question). It is also used like an interjection expressing surprise.
What Did We Used To Say?Before the digital era, we would have just said something like "You have got to be joking" instead of UG2BK.
A Text with UG2BK
Using UG2BK on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)