deffo

deffo

(ˈdɛfəʊ)
interj
a variant spelling of defo
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Now that I'm older, more jittery and deffo more of a stresser, I've come to the party-pooping conclusion I'd actually maybe rather stay at home than go a-roamin' ever again.
"No" (accompanied by pitying, disdainful look), "the smallest we have in that is a 16" Yes, flab is deffo the new fab.
Friend Lucy Mazza replied: "Deffo Kate he obviously couldn't live without her, absolutely devastating!" In another post Kate said: ""She doesn't need to fight the demons any more I hope she finds her happiness."
Beth Miles : No, as this could cause mayhem you would get officers constantly pulling guns out all the time for every little thing, I deffo wouldn't feel safer.
"I've always had a big butt but now I've deffo got a Beyonce butt.
That to me deffo makes it look like a money-making exercise."
The National Assembly's Petitions Committee examined a petition by Deffo! Cymru, a forum for young deaf people in the country.
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.
Would deffo watch, please make it happen" So could we see Charlotte swap jagerbombs for the jive and partying for the pasa-doble?