What does ayb mean? View the definition of ayb and all related slang terms containing ayb below:
All Your Base
Usage of AYB
The internet slang term AYB stands for "All Your Base". This phrase originated from a poor English translation of a Japanese video game, which included the phrase "All Your Base Are Belong To Us". It has since been used as a meme and catchphrase within the online community. The phrase is often used to suggest that someone has lost control of a situation or that they have been outsmarted.
Examples of AYB used in texting:
1. Friend 1: "How did the meeting with your boss go?"
Friend 2: "AYB, he totally took over the conversation and I couldn't get a word in."
2. Person 1: "Did you hear about the new changes to the company policy?"
Person 2: "Yeah, AYB, it seems like they're trying to limit our freedom and control us more."
3. Text from parent: "I can't find my phone, have you seen it?"
Reply from child: "AYB, I haven't seen it anywhere. Did you check your coat pocket?"