According to Urbandictionary.com, “bet” means “yes or I agree, "sure," "you bet," "you know it," "that’s for sure," "that’s a plan," or "I will do it".
With hundreds of millions of people texting regularly, it's no wonder you've seen this cryptic looking code! Commonly used wherever people get online. Here’s a list of chat acronyms and text shorthand from Netlingo.com.
Sometimes it feels like parents and youths don't speak the same language. When it comes to texting, chatting and emailing, that's literally true. If you've looked at any minor's communications, you'll see them sprinkled with acronyms and shorthand that make no sense. Here are essential texting acronyms every parent must know from USAToday.com.
Texting, Twitter, chat and IM abbreviations and acronyms represent people's shorthand communications via mobile devices and on the Internet, especially on social media platforms. You can find more texting, Twitter, chat and IM abbreviations and acronyms at TechTarget.