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The acronym of the popular idiom, "Different Strokes for Different Folks."
Different Strokes for Different Folks: To each his or her own tastes or preferences; different things please different people; different people have different requirements and thus the approach to each must be individualized; different people need to be treated differently – they need to be pleased, flattered, or gratified in different ways; also used as a brooding comment on how we must grudgingly put up with the ways of others who have different tastes.

The idiom originated in the United States of America in the 1960s and is commonly used today.
The earliest use of the quote I found was by the Soul Singer, Syl Johnson in his single titled "Different Strokes".
Person A: Dude, have you listened to Sarah by Tyler the Creator?
Person B: No, what's it about?

Person A: Dude, in the third verse he talks about killing, eating, and having sex with this girl who turned him down.
Person B: DSDF
Person A: What do you mean Different Strokes for Different Folks? Clearly the man's a lunatic.
Person B: No, he's a bastard. Golfwang.
by Kale Cuffkins June 12, 2013