What Does The Slang Phrase 'Bite Me' Mean?


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Janet Simmons Profile
Janet Simmons answered
This is just from personal experience in hearing the phrase.....it's a shortened version of "bite my a_ _". Some folks don't like to use words that are perceived as "foul language", so to say the same thing a little more "politely" they used, "bite me!". Again, this is just the way I personally understand the phrase. Hope this helps and good luck finding the true meaning and origin.
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Fred Jones answered
I am not sure of it's origin. I would assume it came from a teenager who at the time could not use foul language but wanted to tell someone off. Instead of using the foul words of F You, it came out bite me.

I would also guess that before it came into this meaning, that it had some other sexual meaning in the form of oral sex but that is total guessing.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
HAHA it means fu** You only in a nicer turm I use it all the time
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Anonymous answered
It means the same as "screw you."

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