Acronym Finder isn’t one

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AF: Acronym Finder logo.

It just occurred to me that the Acronym Finder’s logo is an initialism, not an acronym. Unless we say it as Ahf, or Arf. Wait, those are pronounced the same way. This post is base AF.

You know what AF couldn’t stand for? Bagel crisp. You know what it could stand for? Bagel crisp, if you misspelled it. Wikipedia describes these culinary masterpieces as:

Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. Please search for Bagel crisp in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.

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