Walking billboards... I mean people... who wear clothing from the retailer Abercrombie & Fitch.
The A&F Crowd can be found at: the mall, suburbia, high school, Taking Back Sunday concerts
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Abercrombie and Fitch is a store that, ironically, advertises their highly-priced clothing with shirtless men. This suggests that if you buy their products you will look like the model who works his abs for hours each day. Sadly, buying an Abercrombie product will NOT make you look like that model. Buying Abercrombie (A&F) clothes makes people feel hot and prestigious, even if they're not.
Popular products include:
1. Jeans with lots of tears in them.
2. Shirts and sweatshirts with a moose on them.
3. Clothes that boldly say "ABERCROMBIE" or "A&F" or some other advertisement for the company.
4. Regular clothes like tank tops, jackets, jeans, bathing suits, scarves etc. They can sometimes be cute. However, none of the clothes products are particularly interesting or eye-catching. There are no fun patterns or colors, and nothing is unique.
Important Note: Abercrombie was recently sued for only hiring based on looks: slender, fake-tanned, white, pretty, athletic type (etc) young adults. The idea of A&F is to attract customers with the hot people who ring up your purchase or unlock the dressing room for you.
Thought of a guy driving by an Abercrombie and Fitch billboard: "WOW. That man has killer biceps! If only I shopped at A&F more often, I'd look like that hot model, and get all the chicks."
An old school army term, short for 'Situation All Fucked Up'. It is meant to be said fast, like in combat or radio chat; -pronounced as one word; sah'fuu
Officer: Whats happening out there?
Soldier: S.A.F.U. sir!
Function: Expression, collection of nouns and verbs.
Date of urban adoption: circa early 21st century
Acronym (S.A.F.)used for the following three word expression:
(Must be used in full expression and not shortened version.)
ex: Say <<ShitAssFuck!!!>>
and not <<S.A.F.!!>>
N.B. Must be pronounced as one word.
Expression used when overwhelmed with emotion and not sure which swear word to use in order to define ongoing emotional state.
Must be used with one of these following voice intonations: <<pimpy>>, angry, discouraged and triumphant.
1. <<Baby, S.A.F. (Shitassfuck) that was good.>>
2. << Sir, you failed the alcohol blow test...>>
A band whose title is an acronym for "A Fire Inside". They have transitioned through the years from punk to hardcore to a sound that's all their own.
Anybody who sits on the internet arguing about whether or not they like A.F.I. is a waste of life. Nobody cares what you think. Musical taste is purely subjective so there's no point in arguing about it.
First of all I would like to agree that there is an archetype for preps.more...
Guys-White, Sports, works out, skips class, wears multiple layers of clothes regardless of season, expensive phones, money, cologne
Girls-White or Asian, cheerleader, makeup, skirts, revealing clothes, airhead, mean, perfume, rich daddies
Faves-A&F, AE, Hollister, LL Bean, RL Polo, Tommy Hilfiger
I totally agree that a majority of preps fit in with those.
If you go by that, you can find just as many people that you wouldnt call a prep that go by those guidelines. My best friend is rich as hell, wears A&F, has fake sports team shirts, and works out, but I would never lable him as a prep.
As for me, I'm a middle-class, asian, ex-nerd, prep.
$60 Relic Watch
$30 Lee Jeans Shorts (one of the cheapest things I have)
$50 Muscle Polo from Abercrombie & Fitch
$15 Belt from American Eagle
$20 Undershirt from some store in Alaska
Looking at this, you might say I'm rich. I'd say you're wrong. Some people, a lot of preps actually, have discovered a method of purchasing items called SAVING. I get about 20 dollars a week that I have to work for, and I get 100 dollars for my birthday and 150 for christmas. I have to buy all of my clothes and everything. I saved up, and over time, I was able to buy all this stuff.
I am not a rich fucker. I am not an idiot. I am not white. I do not have a car. Sure I wear the same clothes as all the other preps. At least we shop from m...
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Acronym for "As Far As I Know"
a f a i k, this is a long acronym.