BRFP - What does BRFP stand for? The Free Dictionary
References in classic literature
There hardly seems to be a career in it, unless you could be permanently on the pavement to prevent old ladies getting into the wrong bus.
At first Nana tied their feet to the bed-posts so that they should not fly away in the night; and one of their diversions by day was to pretend to fall off buses [the English double-deckers]; but by and by they ceased to tug at their bonds in bed, and found that they hurt themselves when they let go of the bus.
As soon as your act of recognition is completed by the occurrence of the word "tram," your actions are affected: you hurry if you want the tram, or cease to hurry if you want a bus.