- From automobile racing; to bump another car (ca. 1950's?). From NERF® ("non-expanding recreational foam"), a range of toys made of soft foam, ineffective as actual weapons (1969). (Wiktionary)
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“Would it have been corporal punishment if the principal used a "nerf" foam paddle on this kid?”
“I do wonder if I'll have pressure to "nerf" my new protagonist because she has such an inherent disdain for people -- for humans -- as being incredible drags on the planet.”
“Anyways, the typical answer to problems of envy (which manifest themselves as people complaining about fairness) is to "nerf" (i.e., make weaker) the most powerful characters.”
“It is much easier to just hastily "nerf" and then sort out the results afterward.”
“But of course, this contribution to the game's discourse was immediately deconstructed by the playerbase, whose calls of "nerf" to soften, weaken - as in a nerf football laid bare the tensions between the hegemonic program of the coders and the democratic, and yet ironically and contradictorily self-devouring, passions of the players.”
“If any one turns out to be dominant, the onus is on Blizzard, the maker of the games, to "nerf" (i.e., worsen) the offending element in the next update.”
“One looks like it could be considered a "nerf" to difficulty, while the other looks like it will add a bit more challenge to the 25-player version.”
“Devouring Plague was doing roughly 110 damage per tick more than on live realms, after this 'nerf' to the base damage.”
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