Best Friends Forever is the Full form of BFF . It is a term that refers to a close connection that is marked by trust and loyalty. Best Friends Forever (BFF) relationships are prevalent among middle and high school teens and youngsters. This acronym is often used in chat rooms on social media sites such as Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram. The acronym "BFF" was introduced to the New Oxford American Dictionary on September 16, 2010. The acronym BFF first emerged in 1996, according to the dictionary.
When the Letters BFF are included in a Facebook remark, they appear green because Facebook has designated them as a "special" statement that will generate a brief visual animation to display on the screen. While composing the remark, two hands are shown "high fiving"[but not always]. This animation will be initiated by a BFF or a group of BFFs. Facebook will continue to provide these sorts of features in order to please its consumers. Facebook is currently updating the phrases that trigger these animations. "rad," "BFF," "lmao," and "thank you very much," "XOXO" are all new additions. Each of those words will now have its own unique colour scheme and animation effect.