Please refer to boyed, boid or boyment, for further details.
Traditionally used online (e.g. msn/facebook and etc) in order to claim that the statement before or after is not intended to boy(par or take the mick out of them). Similar in use to the phrase, 'i don't mean to par'. May also be used sarcastically.
example 2: 'nbi, but you are cramping my style'
example 3: 'no boiment intended, but you are slipping in that photo'