Here's the sentence - We Put These BFF's to the test.

Is this correct or wrong and why?

  • Fred and Linda are both BFFs. That is my BFF's car. – Hot Licks Jul 30 '18 at 11:35

BFFs is correct as it is the plural form of BFF. An apostrophe only goes before the "s" when

  1. To show ownership of a thing.

    This is John's house

  2. To shorten: something + "is".

    John is in the military --> John's in the military

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