What does gfak mean? View the definition of gfak and all related slang terms containing gfak below:
go fly a kite
Usage of GFAK
The abbreviation GFAK is a slang phrase that means "go fly a kite". This is a humorous way of telling someone to leave you alone or to stop bothering you. It can also be used to express frustration or annoyance with someone's behavior or actions.
Example of GFAK used in texting:
1. Friend: Hey, can I borrow some money?
You: Sorry, I can't help you. GFAK.
2. Co-worker: Can you cover my shift this weekend?
You: No, I have plans. GFAK.
3. Family member: Can you come to the family reunion next week?
You: I would love to, but I have other commitments. GFAK.