What does ygrr mean? View the definition of ygrr and all related slang terms containing ygrr below:
you got rick rolled
Usage of YGRR
The abbreviation "YGRR" is commonly used as a way of informing someone that they have fallen victim to the internet prank known as "rickrolling". Rickrolling involves tricking someone into clicking a hyperlink that promises to lead them to interesting or relevant information, only to redirect them to the music video for Rick Astley's 1987 hit song "Never Gonna Give You Up". The use of YGRR in texting is a shorthand way of telling someone "you got rick rolled" without having to type out the entire phrase.
Examples of YGRR used in texting:
1. Hey, did you see that link I sent you? YGRR! (Translation: Hey, did you watch the video I sent you? You got rick rolled!)
2. My friend told me that link had spoilers for the new movie, but when I clicked it...YGRR! (Translation: My friend told me that link had spoilers for the new movie, but when I clicked it...I got rick rolled!)
3. I thought that article was going to give me some tips for cooking, but instead...YGRR. (Translation: I thought that article was going to give me some tips for cooking, but instead...I got rick rolled!)