What does bohica mean? View the definition of bohica and all related slang terms containing bohica below:
bend over, here it comes again
Usage of BOHICA
The abbreviation BOHICA is a sarcastic expression used to convey a sense of resignation or frustration when facing a situation that is unpleasant or uncomfortable. The phrase "bend over, here it comes again" implies that the individual is being subjected to an unpleasant or difficult experience and must simply endure it.
Examples of BOHICA used in texting:
1. Friend 1: "Hey, did you hear about the new overtime rule at work?"
Friend 2: "No, what's going on?"
Friend 1: "We're all getting fewer hours and no extra pay."
Friend 2: "BOHICA..."
2. Parent: "The school just sent another email about remote learning tomorrow."
Teenager: "Ugh, really? BOHICA."
3. Coworker 1: "I just found out we have another all-day meeting next week."
Coworker 2: "Are you serious? BOHICA strikes again."