GFY
Go Fuck Yourself, often an endearing term used among friends to mean have a good time, or often the parting words in a conversation.

Not to be confused with Good For You...

Often however a friend will say Good For You, actually meaning Go Fuck Yourself. Easy to get confused.
1.) Yea yea yea, cheers, now GFY HARD!
2.) Well gee, Good For You
by Ratkas November 15, 2006
Go fuck yourself.
Hey man, I have three and a half words for you: GFYS.
by Thor Thunder July 25, 2008
Corporate speak for Go Fuck Yourself. Corporation frown on their employees passing curse words back and forth in email so just tell someone to G F Y in the body of the message. Often used in conjunction with GHY (Go Hang Yourself). You would use G F Y and G H Y when telling them to Go Fuck Yourself just isn’t enough.

Hey, Greg, G F Y. Regards, Tammy
by moon2458 August 28, 2006
GFY
Corporate speak for Go Fuck Yourself. Corporation frown on their employees passing curse words back and forth in email so just tell someone to GFY in the body of the message. Often used in conjunction with GHY (Go Hang Yourself). You would use GFY and GHY when telling them to Go Fuck Yourself just isn’t enough.
Hey, Greg, GFY. Regards, Tammy
by moon2458 August 25, 2006
go fuck your self
"U look funny when u r naked
"You know what, GFYS"
by trophy eater April 07, 2009
GFY
Go Fuck Yourself
Customer:Can I get an iced Grande coffee.

Barista:Sure an iced grande coffee.

Customer: I said an iced venti coffee how hard is it to get a drink size correct

Barist: Oh i'm sorry but I heard grande

Customer: well you heard wrong.

Barista:ok.That'll be 2.65

(money exchanged)

Barista:and your drink will be right up...GFY

Customer:What did you say?

Barista: I said have a nice day
by Maraiah July 11, 2008
GFY
Go fuck yourself; often used when someone has pissed you off.
That slut pissed me off, so I told her to GFY.
by B~dog September 18, 2005

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