An abbreviation of the word 'FRIENDS' or 'FRIENDS FOREVER' from 'Best Friends Forever' or 'Bff.' Typically used between two Bff's who have created nicknames for each other from 'BFF,' one friend is Bee and the other is Eff Eff (or just Eff for short.)
Spellings of this word Eff can range from, 'Eff to Effffffff' depending on how many f's you prefer. Further nicknames include, Effaroo, Effness, Effy, Eff Eff Effness and EffLochness.
Mary: Hey bee
Jen: Hey Eff
Mary: Bee i'm in such a
Jen: Don't worry we'll be bee's and eff's forever.
The core of all hardness.
Ed: Dave is just so...
The word Hmmf is generally used within friendships when a particular friend is in a bad mood, or in a 'hmmf' with the other.
Susan was in a hmmf because her friend Carol was spending all her time with her boyfriend.
Carol: Susan, are you in a hmmf with me?
Carol: Are you sure?
Susan: YES! I AM SURE OK!??!
Carol: Your deffinatly in a hmmf.
A nickname which originates from the word 'Efflochness' which is another nickname typically used between two bffs. One bff is 'Loch' and the other is 'Ness.'
These types of nicknames share strong similarities with the primary bff nick-names, 'bee' and 'eff.'
Jen: Hey loch!
Mary: Hey ness!
Jen: Do you think our nicknames are starting to get a bit weird?
An adjective used to describe somthing unpleasant or discusting.
Mary: But it's a bit...
Mary: Yeah...but it's hilarious.
A cuter, and quite frankly less awkward/gay way of saying 'love.'#
Commonly used between two BFFs.
Mary: 'I wub you
Jen: 'I wub you too
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