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"Go Find Another One" "GFAO" normally occurs as an assertion of rarity. It can occur in negotiations between a seller and buyer as a summary statement, typically by a seller. "Yes, this one has a small scratch, but...GFAO," implying that would be prohibitively difficult. Seems to occur in print medium more than in speech.
It's a 1963 Chevy station wagon with a factory-original 409 engine, Positraction, and all power accessories. GFAO!
It's a Gibson Lloyd Loar F5 mandolin for under $100K. GFAO.
Minnie Riperton was an R&B singer with a five-octave range--GFAO!
by Manabozho September 15, 2013
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