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  • Why, I just read in a magazine the other day that this is the one and only area in which the French are superior to us: they have a few classics (a YSL blouse here, a Lanvin peasant skirt there) and, bof, that is all.

    The Guardian World News

  • Why, I just read in a magazine the other day that this is the one and only area in which the French are superior to us: they have a few classics (a YSL blouse here, a Lanvin peasant skirt there) and, bof, that is all.

    The Guardian World News

  • Why, I just read in a magazine the other day that this is the one and only area in which the French are superior to us: they have a few classics (a YSL blouse here, a Lanvin peasant skirt there) and, bof, that is all.

    The Guardian World News

  • Fun fact: the French actually say 'bof' more for the same thing -- their version of 'meh.'

    ungh murgh blarf snurg

  • Of everything our cross-Channel sisters have to endure, from garotting themselves with hideous scarves that only the Queen would dare to wear here, to the humourless use of the word "bof", the worst is being obliged to love a French man.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • Of everything our cross-Channel sisters have to endure, from garotting themselves with hideous scarves that only the Queen would dare to wear here, to the humourless use of the word "bof", the worst is being obliged to love a French man.

    Top stories from Times Online

  • 'bof' is someone who is clever and nerdy - definatly not me! that website sounds cool yet weird!!!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • 'bof' is someone who is clever and nerdy - definatly not me! that website sounds cool yet weird!!!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • 'bof' is someone who is clever and nerdy - definatly not me! that website sounds cool yet weird!!!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • 'bof' is someone who is clever and nerdy - definatly not me! that website sounds cool yet weird!!!

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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  • French, meaning "Hmm, not so good," or "I don't believe it can be done."

    January 29, 2007

  • Also an acronym for: 'boring old fart'; 'beginning of file' et al.

    "Fob" in reverse.

    February 13, 2007

  • works well with a french shrug.

    February 24, 2007

  • french version of 'meh' according to the tweets.

    May 11, 2015