naffly

naffly

(ˈnæflɪ)
adv
in a naff or inferior manner
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Now, this might sound a bit naffly nudge-nudge, a bit Benny Hill, but that never did my generation any harm.
Least impressive was the sweet and sour pork, whose sauce was gloopy and naffly littered with pineapple rings.
Run your mouse around the naffly retro McCain house and you can click on numerous fun features hidden among the ghastly orange and brown furnishings.
He's at the Arts Centre, Solihull, on October 22 as part of a nationwide tour with his band the Bruvvers promoting his new album, the naffly titled, Hittin' The Hi Spots which is out next Monday.
Ray Stubbs presided over the naffly named MOTD@Euro2000 (BBC1, nightly) but even the fact that he and his guests took their ties off couldn't disguise how un-relaxed they were with all this new fangled e-mail business.
So lucrative is the shaving hardware market that the battle has even extended to the courts with Wilkinson Sword accusing Gillette of falsely claiming its razors are superior by advertising them with their naffly catchy "the best a man can get" slogan.