What does dgms mean? View the definition of dgms and all related slang terms containing dgms below:
Don't get me started
Usage of DGMS
The abbreviation 'DGMS' is used to convey frustration or a desire to avoid discussing a topic. It essentially means that the speaker is warning the listener not to start a conversation about the subject at hand, as it may lead to a lengthy and potentially contentious discussion. This phrase is often used when someone feels passionately about a topic and knows that they could easily become too emotionally invested in the discussion.
Examples of DGMS used in texting:
1. Friend 1: "Have you heard about the latest political scandal?"
Friend 2: "DGMS! I can't handle any more political drama right now."
2. Parent: "I'm really disappointed in your grades this semester, we need to have a serious talk about your future."
Teenager: "DGMS! Can we please discuss this later? I just got home from a long day at school."
3. Coworker 1: "I don't think we're being paid fairly for the amount of work we do around here."
Coworker 2: "DGMS, it's not worth getting into right now. Let's just focus on finishing this project."