What Does AQF Mean?AQF (Ay Que Funny) literally means "Oh, so funny" in Spanish and is the Latino version of LOL (Laugh Out Loud).
As the term AQF is regularly sent to non-Spanish speakers by Spanish speakers, it has developed the English translation "Actually Quite Funny", which always fits the context in which it is sent.
Summary of Key Points"Actually Quite Funny" is the most common definition for AQF on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
|Definition:||Ay Que Funny (Spanish)
Actually Quite Funny (English)
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Image for AQFWhen I write AQF, I mean this:
AQF means Ay Que Funny ("Oh, so funny" in Spanish).
Examples of AQF in SentencesHere are examples of AQF being used in conversations:
- Person A: If my enemy's enemy is my friend, then you must be my friend because you're your own worst enemy.
- Jordan: AQF
- Person A: I'm looking at your entry for the art competition. Did you accidentally drop a tin of paint on it?
- Jordan: AQF
An Academic Look at AQFAQF is an initialism abbreviation. This means it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Ay Que Eff). (Initialisms contrast with acronyms, which are spoken like words.)
AQF is typically used as an adjective. When the term is expanded, it is an adjective phrase, the head word of which is funny.
What Did We Use To Say?Before the digital era, we might have said something like "you crack me up" or "I'm in stitches" instead of AQF.
Example of AQF Used in a Text
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