Grinning, ducking, and hiding
Wow, you look gorgeous in this pic. How long did it take you to photoshop it? GD&H.
Rude! I should block you for that.
|GD&R||Grinning, ducking, and running|
|GR&D||Grinning, running, and ducking|
|GDR||Grinning, ducking, running|
|GD&RVF||Grinning, ducking, and running very fast|
|PJDWYS||Personal joke, don't worry yourself|
|HHOK||Ha-ha only kidding|
|LFTD||Laugh for the day|
|Griefer||An irritating player|
|Trolling||Posting offensive comments|
|Griefing||Irritating other players|
|Flaming||Angering other Internet users|
When sending a playful, sarcastic, or snide remark, people may end it with "GD&H" to communicate that they know it may upset you and are figuratively "grinning, ducking, and hiding" out of fear of retaliation. You will most likely see GD&H in messages and online (often on social media).
For example, if Juan moved back in with his parents after losing his job, Brian may message him in a friends group thread, "The movie time is kinda late, will you be able to make it back in time for curfew, Juan? GD&H." Another instance is when on Instagram and commenting on an influencer's post of their picturesque family, "How much did you bribe your kids for posing like this? GD&H."
Instead of typing GD&H, people may use the winking face (;-))emoticon or emoji. Or they may use other variations of the acronym, such as "GR&D," "GDR," or "GD&RVF."