What does RDF stand for in chat and text messags?

Real deal feeling

People who are experiencing something use RDF to mean "real deal feeling." This acronym describes the feeling you get from actually being somewhere or doing something, as opposed to looking at photos, videos, or other stand-ins.

For example, a soccer fan who is attending a game in-person may say "There's absolutely nothing like the RDF of being in the stadium." This fan thinks that, no matter how good video coverage of a game is, it will never compare to watching a game from the stands.


I've seen people drive Peugeots on TV, but that doesn't compare to the RDF you get driving one yourself
Oh man, I want to go with you next time!

A man who wants to get that RDF

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Updated August 29, 2023

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