What does ikwydls mean? View the definition of ikwydls and all related slang terms containing ikwydls below:
I know what you did last summer
Usage of IKWYDLS
The abbreviation IKWYDLS stands for 'I know what you did last summer'. It is typically used to express knowledge of someone's past actions or secrets. The phrase gained popularity as the title of a 1997 horror movie, and has since become a common reference to the idea of someone knowing something they shouldn't. In texting, the abbreviation can be used as a shorthand way of communicating the phrase, particularly for brevity or secrecy.
Examples of IKWYDLS used in texting:
1. Friend 1: Hey, did you hear about what happened at the party last night?
Friend 2: No, what happened?
Friend 1: IKWYDLS.
(Explanation: Friend 1 knows something about the party that they don't want to reveal.)
2. Parent: I saw that you snuck out last night. What were you doing?
Teen: What are you talking about?
(Explanation: The parent knows that the teen snuck out and is trying to get them to confess.)
3. Ex-partner: Hey, I miss you. Want to meet up sometime?
Other person: Sorry, not interested.
Ex-partner: Come on, we had some good times together. IKWYDLS.
(Explanation: The ex-partner is trying to invoke shared memories or secrets from the past to win back the other person's affection.)