I’m Weak Slang: Meaning, Origin, Sentence Examples


(Expression) The term “I’m weak” has the same meaning as “I’m dead.” It describes a person going weak from laughing too much because of something funny.


The origin of the term “I’m weak” is unknown, but most Gen Z have been using the term since the early 2000s and became more popular in recent years.

Demographic (Who Uses This Word)

Teenagers and young adults often use the term “I’m weak” to express that something is funny and they are weak from laughing.

I’m Weak Used in a Sentence

  • Example 1: I’m weak because of the prank I watched on YouTube.
  • Example 2: Hey, watch this. I’m weak!

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