Alphabet B – Vocabulary of Generation Y2K

BAE
Means: The love of your life or anyone special, who comes ‘Before Anyone Else’, or babe/baby. Pronounced as the first syllable in the word ‘Baby’
Usage: “Love you bae.”

BASIC B*TCH
Means: A plain, unoriginal person.
Usage: “Um, why would we wear this? Only basic b*tches wear that.”

BUSTED
Earlier ‘busted’ meant when someone was caught, doing something they shouldn’t. For example: If a security guard saw someone shoplifting and nabbed him/her, he/she would be simply ‘busted’.
The meaning of ‘Busted’ has changed these days. Now if someone is called busted, it means they are ugly. Not a flattering figure of speech.
BROKEN
Means: Hungover from alcohol

Combination words

BROMANCE: A close but non-sexual relationship between two men.

BRO-TOX: Men getting botox


Some abbreviations:

B4N – Bye For Now
BF4L – Best Friends For Life
BBB – Bye Bye Babe -or- Boring Beyond Belief
BBL – Be Back Later
BEG – Big Evil Grin
BI5 – Back In Five (minutes)
BMW – B*tch, Moan, Whine
BNDN – Been Nowhere Done Nothing 
BTDT – Been There Done That
BWL – Bursting With Laughter
BZ – Busy

Hope you liked today’s words… feel free to add words with alphabet ‘B’ used by current generation in the comment section below. I would love to know about them.

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