defo


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defo

(ˈdɛfəʊ)
interj
informal Brit definitely: an expression of agreement or consent
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Defo, Andree Rosemon Hospital, Pediatric Department, Rue des flamboyants, BP 6006, 97306 Cayenne CEDEX, French Guiana; email: antoine.defo@ch-cayenne.fr
Maggie Shone I agree around kids areas defo but open green spaces this is where you get to see them having there most fun and is best for them health wise.
In another Facebook rant she added: "Defo not interested in negative comments about me regarding the show I'm, funny enuf said."
Word on the web Football-obsessed Chris Jones was on holiday with his girlfriend when he found out his team had won the chance to play at the Cardiff City Stadium IF he was my boyfriend and he done that..I'd defo kick him into touch!!
The Hollywood actor and the singer-songwriter didn't call time on their booze sesh until 11am on Friday - so there would defo have been some pretty blurry lines.
After the video went viral, bricklayer Josh, 23, said on Facebook: "There is defo something wrong with me!" Commenting on his prank on Twitter, he said: "Proud owner of the best horse there is!" Rhys told his Twitter followers: "Just to clear things up!
"You smashed that Idris.....and yes he defo gets sexier and sexier and now i need a cold6 shower!!
But Lescott yesterday said on social networking site Twitter: "I'm defo fit now been back training for 4/5 days now, so I will be available for selection on the weekend."
This red mini defo didn't need pairing with red stilettos AND red lippie.
The best of your emails, tweets and facebook comments @ChrisLynn37 Congrats @O_J_murphy91 with the first winner, much deserved and defo a name to look out for in the future.