common used as OH FUCK YEA but for those who cant spell the Y turns to a W and then after its exposed to the group somehow it never gets changed back to a Y but stays a W but still pronounced as YEA.
Jim with roommates: Hey Sarah, we are having a party at our place tonight are you coming?
Sarah:*says the letters* "OFW"
Sarah: Oh Fuck Yea.. thats what that means
Jim: W? you mean Y?
Sarah: oh shit im dumb
Jim and roommates: uses OFW now instead whenever Sarah is around and it spreads to all their friends
A texting acronym that stands for "Ohh Fucking Well"
Via Text) Husband: I'm sorry I can't go with you to see your mother, I have to go to Michigan for my father's funeral. Bitchy Wife: OFW that fucking guy never did anything for us in the first place, he deserves to be dead.
Official Firmware, a firmware released from it's original makers.
PSP - OFW - The firmware released from the company Sony.
PSP - CFW (Custom Firmware) - Released from PSP users.
Our Face When
A plural version of MFW
, used when referring to multiple people's reactions to something. Paired with an image of the reaction in question.
<Story leading up to last line>
It turned out to be Areosmith.
Oh Fuckin Well.
Oh Fucking Well.
So she says... "I cant stop this bleeding"
And im like... "OFW
Facebook Status Update:
In line waiting for my smoothie @JavaJuice
Wanna go bang
Ohhhkay, you do know they might have STD's right?
"After the 3rd week of the sexting
scandal Mr. W finally resigned"
People watching the news:
shortened term for okay fine whatever.
another term for "i don't care" or "who cares?"
Dude : Hey, my mom bought me a new gadget!
Other dude : OFW
Only Fucking Wednesday
as in if TGIF is Thank God It's Friday (dumb fucking expression anyway) then Wednesday is surely OFW (Only FUCKING Wednesday).
overseas foreign worker. Term seems to be used mostly for citizens of the Philippines
. Because of the very large number of OFW's from there, and the great poverty of many OFW's families, they are very frequently vulnerable to abuse by unscrupulous employers.KBR
retained a large number of OFW's on construction projects in Iraq, where they are known as TCN
's (Third Country Nationals).
Latest figures indicate that OFW remittances to the Philippines have increased by 8.6 percent to $4.52 billion, providing urgently needed foreign currency to stabilize the peso.
(Manila Bulletin, 21 Sep 2003)