It's my fault and I'm sorry.
My bad. I did not mean to step on your toe.
by Light Joker December 19, 2004
A term used to tell someone that you made a mistake and apologize at the same time. Originally Used Mostly by African Americans but over the years it has become a more mainstream term; so it is not uncommon any more to hear anyone else (possibly in the professional world too) say it to admit to making a mistake.
Teacher: The answer to #1 is B (then he show his work)
Student: Sir I believe you are wrong. (student explains their answer)
Teacher: My Bad you were right and I was wrong, sorry for the misunderstanding
by Yourname2 April 02, 2007
A phrase said to admit guilt in a situation, substitute for sorry.
"Oh, that was your mom, not your grandma? My bad!"
by xJulia June 18, 2006
a phrase to be used when you have made a mistake and suddenly realise your error.Some say its Widely used in Britian
"Have you used my toothbrush?"
"No bitch, why?"
"Coz its got limescale on it, innit?"
"NO! I ain't used your skanky tootbrush."
"My bad dawg, my bad."
by roger wilson March 06, 2008
The kind of thing an illiterate prick on You Tube might say to you after you tried expain to them in a nice way what a stupid thing they said and what a moron they are.
-I don't quite understand why well meaning praise and advice would inspire you to make such a ferociuos comment.

-my bad. o:
by Mr Sean May 31, 2006
A term used to say that you made a mistake and you acknowledge it.
Player A to Player B on a basketball court after Player A throws a pass away.

"My bad dawg, my bad."

This is done while pounding a clenched fist to your chest.
by 235 March 19, 2007
a phrase to be used when you have made a mistake and suddenly realise your error.
"Have you used my toothbrush?"
"No bitch, why?"
"Coz its got limescale on it, innit?"
"NO! I ain't used your skanky tootbrush."
"oh my bad."
by Smurphy April 26, 2004

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