Read The Bill.
John Conyers: “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill. What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

Me: "John, we expect you to RTFB before signing the f thing"
von The Wizer 10. September 2009
RTFB means "Read the ****ing binary". RTFS means "Read the ****ing source". If there is no source available, and your only option is RTFB, you are likely screwed.

Inspired by RTFM.
Q: "How does this program work?"
A: "RTFS!"
Q: "I don't have the source."
A: "Then RTFB!"
von oboeguy 6. April 2006
rtfb:

1) read that frickin book
students: "yap yap yap"
teacher: "come on guys, RTFB and get your assignment done"
students: "ugh"
von spanishloverrrrrrrrrr 23. November 2008
RTFB is a Security Contracting agency based out of Southern New Jersey. They specialize in investigations, asset recovery, and search/seizure operations. They do great work, and I highly recommend them.

Guy: Dude, my house was just robbed, and the cops won't do anything about it!

Me: You should call RTFB, they specialize in that sort of thing.

Guy: Really? Cool!
von Robert Carter 15. Dezember 2008
Acronym for Read The Fucking Blog. The acronym some pretentious asshole uses when a friend asks him about a recent event in his life. An event about which he obviously and even more recently blogged.
Friend: "Hey what's up man! How was the hiking trip?"

Asshole: "Didn't you READ MY BLOG??"

Friend: "Your blog?"

Asshole: "Yeah man, like, RTFB!"

Friend: "What the hell are you talking about?"

Asshole: "On my MySpace."

Friend: "MySpace is gay."
von Forrest Harding 30. August 2006
RTFB: An acronym for "(R)ide (T)he (B)us". You can tell your mother/teachers that the F stands for "fast", because we all know the bus is so fast.
You wanna know the best way downtown from here? Just RTFB.
von cazort 9. September 2003

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