|AYS||Are you serious?|
|IDS||I'm dead serious|
|BST||But seriously though|
|RUS||Are you serious?|
In emails, FR may mean "for reference." Most often, you'll encounter this version of FR in work emails, in which a colleague has included some additional information or another recipient to ensure everyone's in the loop.
For example, if you and a colleague are discussing delays to a product rollout, your colleague may add a member of your business's marketing team to the email chain FR. That way, the marketing team won't be blindsided by the delay.
|FYR||For your reference|
|FYI||For your information|
|FYKI||For your kind information|
|FYEO||For your eyes only|
|WRT||With respect to|
|PFA||Please find attached|
FR is a statistic in football that refers to the number of fumbles forced and recovered by a defense. The acronym is commonly used in fantasy football (FFB) as a category of points recorded by a defense.
Defenses are combined with ST to score points for a fantasy team. These defensive units can score points in a variety of ways, including recovered fumbles, interceptions, sacks, and touchdowns.
|FFL||Fantasy football league|
In text, chat, and social media messages, fr typically means "for real." Most often, people use this abbreviation to assert that they really meant whatever they just said.
You may also see fr used as part of a question, asking whether someone else is being serious. ("That can't be true. Fr?") If someone's emotions are running high, they may type fr as FR, to show they're especially serious or incredulous.