What does G4I stand for in text and chat messages?

Go for it

You're most likely to receive G4I after asking whether you should do a thing. G4I is license to "go for it" and do that thing!

For example, if you ask your SO whether you can eat the last slice of pie, and they say G4I, you can eat the pie. (Lucky you; your SO's so nice.)

As in the example above, friends, family members, and co-workers all might use G4I to encourage you to do a thing. Your teammates in online games might also send you G4I, when they approve of your plan of action.


Should we pull those mobs or not?
Eh, I say g4i

A man who wants you to G4I

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Updated June 16, 2022

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