naff off


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naff off

A forceful exclamation of dismissal, disdain, or impatience. Primarily heard in UK. Naff off, Jerry! I'm sick of listening to you gripe every day. Jenny: "I know Tom is interested in you. Why don't you go out with him?" Sally: "Would you naff off? I wouldn't be caught dead with someone like him!"
See also: off
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There's been all this fuss about the swearing in The King's Speech, and many years ago Princess Anne was heard using the phrase 'naff off' which had been used by Ronnie Barker in Porridge.
YOU can see devolution is really working when the Executive can tell the Home Secretary to naff off.
The message from punters is crystal clear - naff off with your attempts to weasel more dosh from us and help clean up racing as we know and love it NOW.
IMAY not be the brightest lamppost in the street but when are England going to tell Graham Thorpe to naff off?
I used to text back "STOP", or occasionally "NAFF OFF!" or something similar, until I found out that it cost me 17p a time.
As Ronnie Barker's Norman Stanley Fletcher might say: "Naff off, Stewpot!
But 30-year-old Sally Cullen told them: "Naff off."
Voice of the Mirror: Page 8 RIGHT ROYAL ROLLICKINGS PRINCESS Anne allegedly told photographers to "naff off" as they snapped her falling off her horse at the Badminton Horse Trials in 1982.
At half-time, it was disappointing to see a peeved-looking Dixon still on duty, having reneged on his vow to naff off in his bold Gerrard pre-match statement.
And yes, fans have paid their money so they have every right to get up and naff off whenever they want.
Why don't you just tell them all to naff off, ma'am.
They don't just arrive in a transit van, turn a couple of knobs in your head with a spanner, charge you a 50 quid call- out fee then naff off.
Her dismissive tone towards those who had waited hours to greet the Queen Mum with flowers last Christmas said it all about the princess whose most-used phrase was "naff off".