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  • adj. Not Safe (or Suitable) For Work; i.e., containing graphic or adult imagery, such as content that might be offensive to employers or co-workers.

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Examples

  • The database is searchable by keyword as well as variables like whether or not images are NSFW& mdash; we’d caution you that images are user tagged and the database constantly updates so the chances of something sneaking through the NSFW filter are moderately high, keep that in mind if you’re browsing at work.

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  • Ergo, let's call it NSFW (just in case) and NSFPU**.

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  • NSFW is the shorthand for “sexual content found here” for a reason.

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  • Note that this second link may contain NSFW advertisements, so, just warning ya.

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  • Man, I wish there had been a tag NSFW because i scrolled down ... saw skin, and then hit the

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  • We've all been seen links marked "NSFW" - "Not Safe For Work" - to warn of content we don't want our coworkers to see us watching, usually because it contains nudity, violence or bad language.

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  • Plenty of things re displayed all over the place in North America that are NSFW, which is a warning not to imply that what you are looking at is wrong, but that if you are in a place where what you are looking at might be scrutinized, you might want to take heed.

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  • Image at original site NSFW, which is why there is no image with the post.

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  • This is now the third startup to spring from the loins of former MySpace execs. trio of MySpace execs - COO Amit Kapur, SVP Steve Pearman and SVP Jim Benedetto - left to begin working on a new startup called NSFW: The Madness of King Rupert - I Admit, I Was Wrong About Murdoch's Mental State

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