deffo

deffo

(ˈdɛfəʊ)
interj
a variant spelling of defo
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and "it's deffo time to be scared now, lad" referred to O'Donnell.
com adds an important note regarding the cider and beer: "We deffo won't sell out this year.
She did deserve to do better but I think the right person won and he was pretty too Lizzie Kingsbury I deffo think it's time we pulled out of Eurovision.
He told one 13-year-old "you look older than 13, I'd deffo date you" and tried to arrange to meet another.
Jez Crosland Parents can only do so much I was always told never to mess around on tracks but not all kids listen to their parents, gosh even my 5 and 2 year old don't always do as they are asked and I'm sure teens deffo don't.
And talking of which, Dawn is on to Helen about her feelings for Steph, but consoles her with the words: "If I was a lesbo, I'd deffo do ya.
Would deffo watch, please make it happen" So could we see Charlotte swap jagerbombs for the jive and partying for the pasa-doble?
deffo remember going there but only as an adult on a LH staff bonding weekend.
Reply from Chopra "not yet pal banks just opened ill deffo sort it for you is martain going racing with u" Reply from Heffernan at 09.
JOACHIM LOEW'S stars have turned the forbidding Group of Death into the Group of Deffo with a flying start to their Euro 2012 bid.