AAF has 2 meanings
Always and forever
We will be together AAF.
Aw, I think so, too!
|IWALU||I will always love you|
|LYA||Love you always|
|ILYFE||I love you for eternity|
|BFF||Best friends forever|
|BFTD||Best friends til death|
|BMA||Best mates always|
|AHFY||Always here for you|
As a friend
Someone who thinks of you AAF thinks of you "as a friend." If you were hoping that person would become your SO, you're SOL - because you've officially just been friendzoned.
However, you shouldn't feel too bad about being thought of as "just" a friend. After all, a person who thinks of you AAF cares about you, and that's rare enough in this wild world of ours.
I like him AAF, I guess.
|DYHAB||Do you have a boyfriend?|
|DYHAG||Do you have a girlfriend?|
|ILYAAF||I love you as a friend|
|LULAF||Love you like a friend|
|FWB||Friends with benefits|
|SOOF||Swear on our friendship|
|Work boyfriend||Best male friend at work|
|Brotherzone||A relationship where a person's love interest thinks of him as a brother|
|Womance||A platonic friendship between two or more females|
Boyfriends, girlfriends, and other SOs use AAF to mean "always and forever." This acronym is most often used to describe how long two people (think they) will love each other.
However, on rare occasions, chatters and texters use AAF to discuss other things that will continue unceasingly. For example, if you ask your friend "How long will Domino's pizza continue to be bad?," they may respond with "AAF."