What does HHIS stand for?

Hanging head in shame

Someone who is HHIS (hanging head in shame) feels defeated or embarrassed. This acronym is meant to evoke a picture of the sender hanging their head, staring at the ground, and thinking about how they messed up.

Typically, people send HHIS after they legitimately think they've failed or let you down. Sometimes, however, people use HHIS sarcastically - after they've made a minor error, but want to exaggerate their feeling of remorse. Hopefully, context will tell you whether you should console the person who sent you HHIS or laugh alongside them.


Can't believe I gave you the wrong address - HHIS
It's ok, no worries

A boy HHIS

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Updated May 11, 2022

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