What does diky mean? View the definition of diky and all related slang terms containing diky below:
Do I know you
Usage of DIKY
DIKY is an internet slang abbreviation often used in text messaging and online communication. The actual phrase is "Do I know you?" and it is commonly used as an abbreviation to quickly inquire if someone is known or familiar to the sender of the message. DIKY is mostly used when the sender receives a message or an online request from an unknown person. Instead of asking "who are you?" or "what do you want?" which may sound hostile or impolite, DIKY helps to keep the conversation polite and casual.
Examples of DIKY used in texting:
1. Person A: Hey, thanks for the follow!
Person B: DIKY?
2. Person A: Hi, do you have time for a call?
Person B: DIKY? Sorry, I don't recognize your number.
3. Person A: I saw your profile on Instagram and I'm interested in your work.
Person B: DIKY? Oh, sure! Thank you for stopping by my page.