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1. In text/chat speak, "just in case you care". Often used at the end of a message that is attempting to jump-start an awkwardly stalled conversation.

2. Pronounced "jih-KICK", one is jicyc'd when they are told news or information that totally shocks them by someone who believes the news/info is not a big deal at all, therefore the information is given in a casual voice.
1. Leo McMurray "Don't need no drugs, you're my chemical" (9:34 PM): hey
<3 Annie :) (9:36 PM): heeey :), sup?
Leo McMurray "Don't need no drugs, you're my chemical" (9:36 PM): not very much, just resting after band practice, you?
<3 Annie :) (9:38 PM): haha nice :), ntm.
Leo McMurray "Don't need no drugs, you're my chemical" (9:38 PM): that's good
Leo McMurray "Don't need no drugs, you're my chemical" (9:39 PM): I'm eating pizza too, jicyc.

2. Seeing as Leo had been harbouring a crush on Annie for years, he was totally jicyc'd when Herb was bragging about making out with her at the previous night's party.
作者 Reppin' Latvia 2010年2月27日
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