Grinning, ducking, and running very fast
Good form on that dive. I was worried that the diving board was gonna snap, tho. GD&RVF.
That'll happen when you get on it.
You got me!
|GD&R||Grinning, ducking, and running|
|GD&H||Grinning, ducking, and hiding|
|GDR||Grinning, ducking, running|
|GR&D||Grinning, running, and ducking|
|HHOK||Ha-ha only kidding|
|LFTD||Laugh for the day|
|Griefer||An irritating player|
|Trolling||Posting offensive comments|
|Griefing||Irritating other players|
|Flaming||Angering other Internet users|
When messaging or online, people may send "GD&RVF" with a snide, teasing, or sarcastic remark to show they know what they said will make the recipient really angry. Therefore, they are figuratively "grinning, ducking, and running very fast" from an object the person might hurl in their direction out of anger.
For example, if you know your spouse is sensitive about their weight and they text you, "Do these pants make me look fat?" you might reply, "Not if you compare yourself to a blue whale. GD&RVF." Another example is when you respond to an AITA subreddit post, "I don't think you did anything wrong if you want to gain an ex-wife. GD&RVF."
Instead of GD&RVF, people may also send "GD&R," "GR&D," "GDR," or "GD&H." However, GD&RVF is more appropriate for when you say or do something that makes the recipient really want to hurt you.