- Is the saying my bag or my bad?
- How do you respond to Sorry to disturb you?
- What do you say after someone says sorry?
- What is the meaning of my bad in slang?
- Is saying my bad rude?
- Who first said my bad?
- When did my bad become popular?
- How do you respond to I’m so sorry?
- Is my bad the same as sorry?
- Who started the term my bad?
- What’s another word for my bad?
Is the saying my bag or my bad?
My Bad was originally My Bag.
It was common as far back as the 1940s and into 80s.
The origin of this phrase actually comes from the card game Spades.
The player that predicted wrong would say to his partner my bag meaning my fault..
How do you respond to Sorry to disturb you?
But actually we would most likely respond with ‘ Don’t worry, it’s no trouble at all ‘Sorry to trouble’ you is often used before making a request. In this case the response would be ‘No problem, how can I help you’. You can also say ‘sorry to bother you’. I think the answer is: “Nothing, do not make excuses.
What do you say after someone says sorry?
If someone truly made a mistake, and we all do, and offers a sincere apology, then the best response is to thank them, forgive them and move on.
What is the meaning of my bad in slang?
It is an apology; when you say “my bad”, you’re basically saying, “I admit a mistake” or “my fault, sorry for that”. Wiktionary says: (colloquial) (idiomatic) My fault; mea culpa.
Is saying my bad rude?
It can be said to mean “Sorry I bumped into you” or it can also be said “Please get out of my way,” or with a more aggressive tone, “Get out of my way now!” The tone is what makes the expression polite or impolite, not the words themselves. “My bad” can sound sincere or insincere, polite or impolite, too.
Who first said my bad?
27, 1989: After making a bad pass, instead of saying “my fault,” Manute Bol says, “my bad.” Now all the other Warriors say it too. So all of this is compatible with a date of origin for the phrase in the early 1980s (Manute Bol first joined the NBA in 1985 but came to the USA before that, around 1980).
When did my bad become popular?
‘My bad’ came into widespread popular use in the mid to late-1990s in the USA via the 1995 movie “Clueless”. This starred Alicia Silverstone and contains what seems to have been the first use of the phrase in the mainstream media.
How do you respond to I’m so sorry?
If you are talking about losing people, then the best way to reply would be: Thank you for your support or Thank you for your sympathy/kindness.
Is my bad the same as sorry?
The saying is “my bad,” which means “I take responsibility” or “I’m sorry.” … It is almost the same as saying “I’m sorry” but you may not necessarily be really “sorry” about it.
Who started the term my bad?
Manute BolPick-up basketball slang spread by Manute Bol, a basketball player of Sudanese origin playing with the Golden State Warriors. Subsequently adopted by teammates.
What’s another word for my bad?
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