B/F

(redirected from Boy Friend)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
B/FBoy Friend
B/FBest Friend
B/FBlack Female
B/FBrought Forward
B/FBiofeedback
B/FBooking Fee
B/FBomber Force
B/FBackground/Foreground
B/FBreak/Fix (technology industry)
B/FBet/Fold (poker)
B/FBuffer/Formatter
References in classic literature ?
And it was for this boy friend that Raleigh began the book by which we know him best, his History of the World.
Then, too, he is my first boy friend - but not exactly friend; rather protege and friend combined.
Protective parents can overreact and make assumptions about boy friends. They are completely fine about girl friendships, though.
[USA], Aug 19 ( ANI ): American actress Sarah Hyland and her boy friend of more than two years, Dominic Sherwood, have broken up.
At the time, in early 1954, theatre producer Cy Feuer was looking to cast a new company for the West End hit musical The Boy Friend, taking it across the Atlantic to New York, and he already had his eye on the young singer when he fetched up at Lime Street.
FUJAIRAH -- The Khorfakkan Criminal Court of First Instance, on Monday, postponed the trial of a housemaid and her boy friend to May 25 to listen to the pleading of the defense lawyer.
French-born Sibylle Sibierski, 18 - a regular user of the drug - rowed with boy friend Adam Mohammed hours earlier and was arrest ed but freed without charge.
According to details, Rashida d/o Muhammad Arif Warraich, a resident of village 168 7R was allegedly present with her boy friend Muhammad Asif s/o Khalid Mehmood and his friend Aamir s/o Naseer Ahmed.
I know that makes me sound incredibly shallow and I am hurting, but the thought of everyone pitying me is worse.So I humiliated myself and asked my boy friend if he'd still come with me.
According the eye witness she discussed with her Turkish boy friend before the suicide.
Or is it all in Darina's confused, grief stricken imagination as she struggles to come to terms with the death of her boy friend, Phoenix?
The Boy Friend by Sandy Wilson first played in London in 1954 and was one of the longest-running musicals in the West End.