Often times you can associate this with a boring day dream during class.
Why man, I dont understand.
I have been checking out Sarah all class, now I'm fighting a boft.
- a quick side-note: BOFTS is most appropriately used as a question with an upward inflection at the end of the phrase i.e. "BOFTS?" this denotes the question "Does she have a nice rack?" or past tense "did she have a nice rack?"
Man: Nowhere; I need them in my face, though.
Man: I went balls deep in one of the bridesmaids last night
Dude: did she have BOFTS?