"kbye" is a term used when angry and when wanting to end a conversation succinctly
"You're a bitch"
A rather lame and abrupt way to indicate the cession of a conversation. This is often used in circumstances where the speaker had little to no interest in the topic of choice in the prior conversation, or when the conversation was "over their head" so to speak.
Predominately used to communicate disinterest.
Jane: And I still can't believe he cheated on me.
Jane: Three times!
Jane: He doesn't care about anything I say or about how I feel!
Jane: You're such a friend and such a great listener, I dunno what I'd do without you.
Jane: Anyway, I gotta run, but I'll definitely talk to you later :)
ST Nerd 1: No way, Picard would totally own Kirk, the technology is WAY more advanced
ST Nerd 2: No way, Kirk's the better tactical leader, and the more advanced weaponry can be mitigated my simply modifying the phase variance of the main deflector array.
<Onlooker has left the chat>
when someone is finishing the convo with someone that they didn't want to have the convo with in the first place. when they are saying it on the outside kind of nice but not meant to be nice. they are getting the last word and it means that they don't want to talk about it anymore.
Kate: Hey so was Kyle really at your house?
Hanna: Yeahh why
Kate: Well...idk it just seemed like you were making up to make me jealous.
When someone takes another persons saying and uses it way too often it bugs the fucking hell out of you and drives you bananas.
Bill: "hey wanna go out?"
Jenny: "haha Kbye"
started by shikhaaaa in 8th grade. said rudely to endd a conversation
kbye to you.
kbye to that.