No, you bloody fool - I need to know who it is' He was pushing through the growing press of bodies, his hurts forgotten.
What does BF stand for?
BF stands for Bloody Fool
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 59 other meanings of BF in our Acronym Attic
- Black Friday
- Blade Fold
- Bladen Force (website ring)
- Blast Furnace
- Blind Faith (band)
- Blind Faith (book by Joe McGinniss)
- Blitzen Fits (Christmas)
- Blood Flow
- Blood Furnace (gaming, World of Warcraft)
Samples in periodicals archive:
my view is, 'Any bloody fool can be uncomfortable'.
Like a bloody fool at the start of World War Two my dad joined the RAF and faked his age.
So that was the thing to do: a quick glance over the shoulder would show an empty track and me a bloody fool.
Any bloody fool can lay a wreath at the thingamy," he remarked.
Ask him what grumpy Eric would think of his mountaineering, and Chris chuckles: "He'd probably say I was a bloody fool and he would think of better things to do with his money.
Byline: Paddy Shennan WHILE it was good to see the mad, bad and dangerous world of George W Bush (pictured) dissected in the TV premiere of Michael Moore's Fahren- he it 9/11 (Channel 4, Thursday) , it didn't really restore my faith in the American people Because, since Moore painstakingly put together his damning documentary, the bloody fools have re-elected the man whose immediate non-response to 9/11 spoke volumes: ``You're telling me that both towers have now been hit?
Instead I was trying to dodge a persistent fellow who was asking me whether I'd just seen that bloody fool nip down the wrong lane into the car park.