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Naff. N-A-F-F. British slang. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable - 'that's naff', 'the party was naff', 'those clothes are naff' - unenjoyable, of poor quality. 'Uncool', I suppose people would say these days - 'that décor is naff', 'that software is naff', 'that pub is naff'. In other words, it's used in a huge variety of circumstances as a general dismissive term, and it's also used as an expletive, to avoid the worst swear words - 'naff off!' - you hear people say, 'stop naffing about!' Now, that usage was made popular by the comedian Ronnie Barker in the television series 'Porridge', back in the 1970s. And it became very, very popular in British usage, and went right up the class system too! I mean, there's a story for instance that Princess Anne told paparazzi to 'naff off', back in 1982. At least, that's how it was reported.

The origins of the word are unclear. It might well be a gay usage. Kenneth Williams recalls it from the 1960s used by gay people, and often in a theatrical context as well. It may be an acronym meaning NAFF - not available for fun.

 

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“naff”, n-a-f-f. British langue. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable.

 

That’s naff. The party was naff. Those clothes are naff. Unenjoyable of poor quality.

 

Uncool. I suppose people will say these days. That decor is naff. That software is naff. That puppy is naff.

 

Etymology choose it in a huge variety of circum standards. It’s a general dismissive term. And it’s also used in expletive to avoid the worst swear words.

 

“naff off” he hears people say. “Stop naffing about”.

 

That I use is just make popular by the comedian Ronen Barker in the television series, Porridge, back in the 1970s. And it became very very popular in British usage. I mean the writer, the class system, too. I mean this story of Princess Anne told paperacy to “naff off” back in 1982. I mean this is that how it recorded.

 

The origin of this word isn’t clear. It might well be a gay usage came with Williams recorded it from the 1960s used by gay people. And it’s often in the iatrical contexts well.  Maybe in iatric meaning n-a-f-f not available for fuck.

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“naff”, n-a-f-f. British language. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable.

That’s naff. The party was naff. Those clothes are naff. Unenjoyable of poor quality.

Uncool. I suppose people will say these days. That decor is naff. That software is naff. That puppy is naff.

Etymology choose it in a huge variety of circum standards. It’s a general dismissive term. And it’s also used in expletive to avoid the worst swear words. “naff off” he hears people say. “Stop naffing about”. That I use is just make popular by the comedian Ronen Barker in the television series, Porridge, back in the 1970s. And it became very very popular in British usage.

I mean the writer, the class system, too. I mean this story of Princess Anne told paperacy to “naff off” back in 1982. I mean this is that how it recorded.

The origin of the word isn’t clear. It might well be a gay usage came with Williams recorded it from the 1960s used by gay people. And it’s often in the iatrical contexts well. Maybe in iatric meaning n-a-f-f not available for fuck.

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“naff”, n-a-f-f. British's language. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable. That’s naff. The party was naff. Those clothes are naff. Unenjoyable of poor quality. Uncool. I suppose people will say these days. That decor is naff. That software is naff. That puppy is naff. Etymology choose it in a huge variety of circum standards. It’s a general dismissive term. And it’s also used in expletive to avoid the worst swear words. “naff off” he hears people say. “Stop naffing about”. That I use is just make popular by the comedian Ronen Barker in the television series, Porridge, back in the 1970s. And it became very very popular in British usage. I mean the writer, the class system, too. I mean this story of Princess Anne told paperacy to “naff off” back in 1982. I mean I respect how it was recorded. The origin of the word isn’t clear. It might well be a gay usage came with Williams recorded it from the 1960s used by gay people. And it’s often in the iatrical contexts as well. Maybe in iatric meaning n-a-f-f not available for fun.
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Homework "naff",n-a-f-f,British slang. It means worthless,tacky,unfashinable. "That's naff.""The party was naff.""Those clothes are naff." “Unenjoyable, of poor quality, uncool”I suppose people would say these days. That deck is naff.That software is naff.That purby is naff. You know about that you use the huge for active circumstances is a general dismissive term. And it also used as the next native to avoid the worst swear words"naff off",they hear people say. "Stop naffing about"Now I use it to make popular by the comedian running barker and television say these porage backing at 1970's. And it becaming very very popular in Brithish usage,I mean not only the writer ,the class them too. I mean these story for instance as Princess Ann told paparazzi to naff off backing in 1982.That's how it was reported. The origins of the word is unclear. If it will be a gay usage. Calisvoium was recalls it from 1960's is used by gay people and often in the hiactrical context as well. Maybe an extra name meaning "naff" not available for fun.

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naff”, n-a-f-f. British slang. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable.

That’s naff. The party was naff. Those clothes are naff.Unenjoyable of poor quality,

Uncool I suppose people will say these days. That decor is naff. That software is naff. That pub is naff.Etymology choose it in a huge variety of circum standards. It’s a general dismissive term. And it’s also used in expletive to avoid the worst swear words.naff off” he hears people say. “Stop naffing about”.That I use is just make popular by the comedian Ronen Barker in the television series, Porridge, back in the 1970s. And it became very very popular in British usage. I mean the writer, the class system, too. I mean this story of Princess Anne told paparazii to “naff off” back in 1982. I mean this is that how it was recorded. The origin of this word isn’t clear. It might well be a gay usage came with Williams recorded it from the 1960s used by gay people. And it’s often in the iatrical contexts well. Maybe in iatric meaning n-a-f-f not available for fun.

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"naff"British slang.It means worthless,tacky,unfashinable."That is naff.","The party was naff.","Those clothes are naff."

"Unenjoyable,of poor quality,uncool"I suppose people will say these days"That decor is naff.","That software is naff.","That puppy is naff." It was usually used in a huge variety of circumstances.It is a general dismissive term,and it's also used in an expletive to avoid the worst swear words.

"naff off"you hear people saying"Stop naffing about."That I use it just to make popular by the comedian Rony Bucker in the television series"Prrige" back in the 1970's,and it became very very popular in British usage.I mean not only writer,the classic system too.

I mean there is a story for instance that a Princess Anne told paparazzi to naff off back in 1982.I mean this is that how it was recorded.It might well be a gay usage.Cannis William recalls it from the 1960's in the theatrical context as well.Maybe an accurate meaning n-a-f-f is "not avilable for fun"

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Naff. N-A-F-F. British slang. It means worthless, tacky, unfashionable - 'that's naff', 'the party was naff', 'those clothes are naff' - unenjoyable, of poor quality. 'Uncool', I suppose people would say these days - 'that décor is naff', 'that software is naff', 'that pub is naff'. In other words, it's used in a huge variety of circumstances as a general dismissive term, and it's also used as an expletive, to avoid the worst swear words - 'naff off!' - you hear people say, 'stop naffing about!' Now, that usage was made popular by the comedian Ronnie Barker in the television series 'Porridge', back in the 1970s. And it became very, very popular in British usage, I mean, and went right up the class system too! I mean, there's a story for instance that Princess Anne told paparazzi to 'naff off', back in 1982. I mean, at least, that's how it was reported.

The origins of the word are unclear. It might well be a gay usage. Kenneth Williams recalls it from the 1960s use by gay peoples(口误么?), and often in a theatrical context as well. It may be an acronym meaning NAFF - not available for fun.

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