BFG

(redirected from Big Friendly Giant)
AcronymDefinition
BFGBig Friendly Giant (Roald Dahl book)
BFGBundesanstalt für Gewaesserkunde (Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology)
BFGBriefing
BFGBoot Failure Guard
BFGBreastfeeding
BFGBattlefleet Gothic (game)
BFGBound for Glory (wrestling)
BFGBound for Glory (band)
BFGBank Für Gemeinwirtschaft (Germany)
BFGBritish Forces Germany
BFGBio Force Gun (Doom movie)
BFGBund Für Geistesfreiheit (German)
BFGBest Friend's Girlfriend
BFGBest for Gaming
BFGBig Freaking Gun (polite form)
BFGBlue Fire Group (Denver, CO)
BFGBig Fat Grin
BFGBible Fellowship Group
BFGBig Fat Guy
BFGBlast Field Generator
BFGBasic Food Group
BFGBangor Forest Garden (Wales, UK)
BFGBerkeley Frisbee Group
BFGBeat-Frequency Generator
BFGBF Goodrich Corporation (Benjamin Franklin Goodrich)
BFGBig Freakin' Guitar (polite form)
BFGBinary Frequency Generator
BFGBig Freakin' Grin (polite form)
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Other attractions include a Big Friendly Giant's chair, a Dragon's Den, Duck River, Mr Squirty the Scarecrow and Bluebells Woods.
Tributes have been paid to Mr Kennedy, who was known to his friends as the BFG, Big Friendly Giant.
The 29-year-old "big friendly giant" was stabbed in the early hours around 100 metres from his Fulham home after reportedly arguing with two men.
He has been named locally as Nathaniel and described by one friend as a "big friendly giant" who lived on a street roughly 100 metres away.
Orphan Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) is snatched from her bed by a hooded 24ft tall figure, called the Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance), who is fearful that she might reveal she'd seen a giant.
The Farne Islands, 2 Somalia, 3 The Olympic Games, 4 Big Friendly Giant, 5 Fitzgerald, 6 Captain, 7 Wallsend, 8 Saudi Arabia, 9 Alexander the Great, 10 Give Me Just A Little More Time
Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who will be seen as Sanjay Dutts daughter in his upcoming comeback film Bhoomi , has tagged the actor as her "big friendly giant" and an "eternal rockstar".
The BFG, PG, PS19.99 Orphan Sophie (Ruby Barnhill) is snatched from her bed at the witching hour by a hooded 24ft-tall figure, who introduces himself as the Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance).
Narrated by storyteller Afsheen Hameed from Education Bay School the children listened to stories written by Roald Dahl such as 'Enormous Crocodile' and 'Big Friendly Giant' and also participated in other interactive and fun activities.
After narrowly escaping from being caught by the other giants, Sophie hatches a plan that will save her and the Big Friendly Giant.