One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Got to go (used to indicate that one is ending an electronic conversation)‘sorry GTG but I'll message you next time I'm on’‘I G2G, I have a meeting in 5 minutes’
- ‘No way, i g2g.’
- ‘Ok gtg see you guys later.’
- ‘Alas, i gtg!’
- ‘Oh my God that wasn't for you G2G Byeeee.’
- ‘BTW I GTG can we continue this later?’
2Good to go.‘plug it into your TV's settings and you should be GTG’‘I just had to do a touch-up with my powder compact and I was G2G’
- ‘just take this with you and leave it at work and you will be G2G.’
- ‘Continue to lift heavy but throw in cardio, have a perfect diet, with some fat burning supplement and you are g2g.’
- ‘Do that and you're gtg.’
- ‘Overnight (but much quicker than that), it recharges the battery, and next morning I’m GTG.’
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