Buff Daddy

dreamergirl123

New Member
Vietnamese
Hey guys. What's the meaning of "BuffDaddy"?
For example: "i don't wanna go on a date with buff daddy"
I read it in the last scene of a bidding in White Chicks Movie. The girl in the pink outfit said that sentence when she was being auctioned off.
Thank you so much for your help
 
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  • dreamergirl123

    New Member
    Vietnamese
    Can you tell us where you read or heard that sentence, and what kind of person said it? Context is probably very important here.
    Well, I read it in the last scene of a bidding in White Chicks Movie. The girl in the pink outfit said that sentence when she was being auctioned off ....

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    Myridon

    Senior Member
    English - US
    Context is probably very important here.
    The appearance of the man in question would be a big clue as well. Movies are meant to be seen and heard, not read. "Puff" and "buff" are almost indistinguishable and I can think of possibilities for both.
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    You have it as BuffDaddy and buff daddy. Capitalization is important in English.

    In the movie script, it's Buff Daddy. Without seeing the movie, I would imagine that it's either the character's nickname or a general term for a muscular black man.
     
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