(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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Contemporary Examples of 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
April 15, 2014
He can get carried away, as we saw in his declaration that health care reform was a BFD.Dump Joe Biden? Nah
August 16, 2012