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A diggfellow is a type of close friend, but rather than indicating emotional closeness as the term "bff" does, diggfellowship instead indicates a high frequency of intentional, recreational social interaction. The "intentional" qualifier is important to note, as one must actively wish to spend time with a diggfellow, and frequency without desire is insufficient.

As an example to highlight the distinction, Frank might interact with his "bff" only on occasion, as they live in different states and are not particularly satisfied by long-term communication. Their interactions, when they do occur, are closer than with any other friends Frank has, however. Most nights, Frank spends time at a local friend's house, just chillin' with a couple o' diggfellows. These diggfellows are close friends and do share some level of emotional intimacy, but not to the extent that Frank and his bff do. Still, they are a very important part of Frank's social support group, and that kind of strong diggfellowship is something Frank treasures.

Note that it is entirely possible (and arguably even likely) for a single person to simultaneously hold both diggfellow and bff status, the example above having been constructed to highlight the distinction between the terms rather than to illustrate a typical scenario.
Most nights, Frank spends time at a local friend's house, just chillin' with a couple o' diggfellows.
by Bannedd October 22, 2010