(used ironically as an interjection to indicate that a person or thing is considered unimportant or unimpressive): All I can say is BFD—her engagement is not exactly big news.
a person or thing of great importance or consequence; a big deal: It was the kind of BFD that impacted the whole industry.
Origin of BFD
initialism for big fucking deal
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Examples from the Web for bfd
The Boston firefighter took a grey BFD sweatshirt from a locker and presented it to Flaherty.Boston and New York’s Bravest Are Brothers Bonded by Tragedy|Michael Daly|April 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He can get carried away, as we saw in his declaration that health care reform was a BFD.