Heck ya, freakin' rightCensored
I think politicians should be required to use polygraphs during debates.
|IAWTC||I agree with the comment|
|ICAM||I couldn't agree more|
|A2D||Agree to disagree|
|YKI||You know it|
|ATTT||Ain't that the truth|
|IKR||I know, right?|
When someone vehemently agrees with you, they may use HYFR to mean "heck ya, freakin' right." This acronym is a more expressive version of YKI, word, and IA.
HYFR typically signals that the person you are talking to not only agrees with you, but thinks whatever you said is so obviously true as to be a no-brainer. In some cases, however, HYFR may be used sarcastically, to convey that someone thinks an event is unlikely to happen. ("I think Disney will sell off Star Wars this year." "HYFR. I wish.")