BFR

What does BFR mean?

Big freakin’ rock

When you hear people like climbers, diggers, or those recently betrothed using the term BFR, they’re talking about a “big freakin’ rock”. Depending on who’s talking, this could be a literal large stone or a dazzling diamond engagement ring.

For climbers and diggers, a BFR is a significant part of their environment. Climbers might use a BFR as a marker or a secure point, while diggers uncover BFRs during their work.

On the other hand, if someone freshly engaged is talking about a BFR, they’re likely showing off their new diamond ring. This BFR is typically worn on the ring finger, symbolizing their commitment to their partner.

Example for using ‘BFR’ in a conversation

Hey, guess what? I found a BFR while hiking today! πŸ”οΈ

Whoa, really? How big was it? πŸ€”

It was massive, like the size of a small car! πŸš—

That’s incredible! Did you take any pictures of the BFR? πŸ“Έ