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"Very for me" is an expression used to show you really like something or that it reflects your what you're all about. "Very for me" is used to show that you approve of a person, place or thing because it reflects your personal values and goals.
"Corn Flakes are very for me."

"Steve Brule? He's very for me"

"This song could not be more for me"

*someone posts a picture on Facebook* writes: "very for me" or even "vfm"

"I don't care. Taylor Swift is very for me."
by drstevebrule February 14, 2013