Etymology: late 20th Century New Zealand, coined by Daniel Fulton
1 : a typically overweight middle-aged man with a propensity for wearing flip-flops and shorts, who espouses good-natured bofidy jokes such as (while observing a neighbour washing his or her car) “I’ll bring mine over, you can do that next, eh?�?
Ex (1): The Rotary Club Barbeque was wall-to-wall bofids.
2 : a person prone to exhibit trite and obvious humour, especially in a jocund yet passive and non-controversial manner
Ex (2) : That liquor store employee was such a bofid. After I put the 6 dozen beers and bottle of Jack Daniels on the counter he said: "So... quiet night tonight eh?"
3 : someone who exhibits good-natured bumbling incompetence
Ex (3): “Mum is already waiting in the Kingswood, hurry up and get your togs bofs, or we'll go to the beach without you.�?