What does "I slay me" mean?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It is a coloquial expression used to sarcastically point out the lack of humor in one's own statement.

    "I slayed them," would mean the person who made the statement caused many people to laugh due to the comic nature of what was said. When this is said in the reflexive form, "I slay me," it usually has a sarcastic tone, because what the person making the statement had said or done was probably less funny then they intended or may have come across as awkward. It is a form of self-deprecating humor.

    "You slay me," falls into the same catagory. It is usually said in a sarcastic tone and very rarely indicates that the "me" thought what the "you" had said was very funny.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If someone says, "You slay me," they mean that you make them laugh. So the first answer is right.

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  • FUNdie
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    1 decade ago

    I make myself laugh by my own wit.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I KILL myself, lol.

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