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An initialism of "no harm, no foul," meaning if there was no bad outcome to an action, then there's no need to be angry or upset about it. The abbreviation is used in text messaging and online communications. A: "Hey, sorry if my comment seemed aimed at you, I promise I wasn't trying to attack your opinion or anything." B: "Nah, it's all good. I knew what you were driving at. NHNF." A: "Sorry for taking the car out last night without asking, Dad." B: "It's OK, you put gas in it and brought it back without a scratch. NHNF!"
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