NSFW


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NSFW

abbr.
not safe for work
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I can think of many words to describe him as a person, and most of them are NSFW.
NSFW, an imperial double-black IPA, carries a serious pedigree, and with 9.
According to the suit, those who clicked on it were sent to another site, which showed nine nude photos of Moss used by Playboy with a caption saying "here is Moss' NSFW spread from Playboy.
The video is a bit NSFW, but what a great song it is
In 2011, Soren Lake Juul shot a hazy, vaguely NSFW iPhone video to accompany a song he'd cooked up in his home studio in Copenhagen.
Plus, Michael Smith investigates how people use art and culture to commemorate, celebrate, ponder and fear death; cameras focus on the work of US photographer Ansel Adams, to tie in with a new exhibition in Greenwich; Lucy Kirkwood's new play NSFW is reviewed by James Brown and Miranda Sawyer, while Andrew Graham-Dixon reviews the three books in the running for the Samuel Johnson Prize.
Despite the designer's assurances, the video is NSFW.
Nick Walker, the director of National Schools Film Week, said: "We hope that teachers and students feel engaged and realise that attending a NSFW screening is far more than a nice trip to the cinema.
The creators have jettisoned the traditional clinical safe-sex language in favor of sex-positive talk and some steamy NSFW (read: not suitable for work) images while also providing some very useful information.
Bloggers include NSFW (not safe for work) warnings when linking to a page that might be flagged by an employer's filter as inappropriate.