a person who gets off smelling bicycle seats
"hey joe...look at that snarf sniffing my bicycle seat. haha...i fatred a nasty wet one before i got off my bike."
作者 super man's sister 2009年10月06日
A guy who derives pleasure from running around sniffing girls' bicycle seats. (Not to be confused with a "twerp").
"Do you know what a twerp is? When I was in Shortridge High School in Indianapolis 65 years ago, a twerp was a guy who stuck a set of false teeth up his butt and bit the buttons off the back seats of taxicabs. (And a snarf was a guy who sniffed the seats of girls' bicycles.)

-- Kurt Vonnegut, in "A Man Without a Country".
作者 Dinkum 2013年7月08日
(noun)
1. In reference to the fictional character "Snarf" from the animated TV series "ThunderCats"
2. May be used as a term of endearment/affection due to the character's strong sense of loyalty and unconditional love.

(Another form includes "snarfy", which can be used as a noun or adjective, not only to reference Snarf, but also one's object of affection.)
"She's become my snarf- as if I were her Lion-O..!"
"Wanna have snarfy time tonight??"
作者 freshie_from_cali 2014年12月30日
To sniff the pointy bit of a woman's bike seat, after thier use.
"Have you snarfed her yet?"
Not yet, I'll wait till she's not looking."
作者 Beast trollers 2014年3月04日
the ORIGINAL definition of snarfing was: The act of snorting liquid or food out of one's nose due to unexpected laughter.
A friend's joke that reaches an unexpected punchline often makes you snarf your soda.
OMG! You tickled me and made me snarf my milk!!!
作者 zaxy 2013年6月05日
(n.) (1). Invalid humor syntax (2). a joke lacking tact that has missed a target audience
(3). a practical joke of any caliber (4). Sarcasm
(v.) (1). To insult ones' insult (2). To make fun or be made fun of (3). To engage in practical jokes.
(a.) (1). unfunny (2). Sarcastic
Snarfing, Snarfed, Snarf, Snarfer.
I missed your toilet seat,

like you miss your ex?

Snarf.
作者 TheProfessor420 2012年10月27日
Some Noises Are Really Funny
Snarf is Snarf
作者 dictionaryworm 2011年11月01日

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