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Definition of GFYMF



  • Good for You My Friend, however it is a double acronym and also means Go Fuck Yourself Mother Fucker. This is an extension of [GFY] with a more polite/offensive meaning.
    Christian: "Mark me down for a birdie on that hole!" Burt: :"GFYMF" Christian: "Good for you my friend?

    Last edited on Jul 24 2015. Submitted by Burtcav on Jul 24 2015.

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