A BFDI is the prize of Battle for BFDI, according to Four. It is a deep-fried image of the BFDIA intro with the watermark www.Bam above it, as well as a non-deep-fried segment of the BFDI intro with the underlined word "Official" on it.
It is unclear what it is supposed to represent, or even what it does, but the contestants seem to be excited that it is the prize.
It displays a poorly made BFDIA and BFDI image with one-third of the original Bandicam watermark (saying "www.Bam") and high compression appearing as a .jpg file. The background is deep-fried. There is a very compressed image of BFDIA's intro and the BFDI logo in a YouTube player (playing walshmjoey's "BFDI: The Complete First Season") on top of an unidentifiable background. There is also underlined text that says "Official.” Underneath the BFDIA player screenshot is the BFDI logo. The image is in bad resolution.
- There is an official BFDI for sale on RedBubble, which can be found and purchased here.
- This real-life BFDI is an acrylic block.
- There is also a pillow, a pair of pants, and a skirt with the same design.
- The BFDI logo actually is based on an unofficial video compiling all Season 1 episodes of BFDI as shown here, because it shares the same length of 3:38:23. (The video was taken down due to a copyright claim by jacknjellify)
- Although it's called a "BFDI", the top picture is from the intro of BFDIA.
- A BFDI appeared as a recommended character in Today's Very Special Episode.
- There is also a BFDIA as a recommended character in The Liar Ball You Don't Want.
- BFDI is short for Battle For Dream Island, and if you add the “a”, you get “a Battle for Dream Island", which put in specifics, that means the objects are battling for another battle that is for Dream Island.
- Though www.bam is not a valid URL, similar ones exist. www.bam.com is the website of Royal BAM Group, a Dutch construction services business. (BAM comes from the company's 1927 rename, Bataafsche Aanneming Maatschappij van Bouw- en Betonwerken.) www.bam.org is the website of Brooklyn Academy of Music, a Brooklyn performing arts venue. It’s probable that it’s the bandicam watermark, but edited to say “bam”.