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What Does HBM Mean In Texting? (Explained With Examples)

When you see the acronym “HBM” in a text message or online conversation, it usually stands for “hit by a Mack truck.” It’s a way of describing feeling extremely tired or run down, as if you’ve been hit by a large vehicle.

Here are a few examples of how “HBM” might be used in texting:

  • “I had to work a double shift yesterday and I feel like I got hit by a Mack truck. I can barely keep my eyes open.”
  • “I was up all night with a sick child and now I feel like I’ve been hit by a Mack truck. I need some coffee.”
  • “After running that marathon, my legs felt like they had been hit by a Mack truck. I could barely walk for days.”

In each of these examples, “HBM” is used to describe the feeling of being physically exhausted and drained. It’s a way of emphasizing just how tired or worn out someone feels.

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