One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to acknowledge responsibility for a mistake.‘Sorry I lost your CD. It's my bad’
- ‘Sorry, it's my bad and my poor English.’
- ‘I didn't flip the shirt over to see that there is in fact an Ivory-billed Woodpecker on the back, my bad.’
- ‘I'm sorry, it's my bad.’
- ‘Just kidding; it didn't take long at all - sorry for the linguistic impasse, my bad.’
- ‘I hate when people say ‘my bad’ it's so annoying, just say ‘sorry’ for god's sake.’
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