A term a lot of British people use in place almost any and every noun, often to sound hip or smart. A lot of the time it is used because they could not think of another noun to use or do not want be so offensive as to swear in some way.
"Yeah, I was walking home from school when four chaps beat the guff out of me."
" I saw him too, what a guff."
"I was talking to Brad at work, when he asked me if I wanted some of this guff he was eating; I was like, hell no.""
"I came home and dad was pulling this guff from the drain, pretty rank stuff."
"Yeah, she looked like guff yesterday."
Randomer 1 "I put his guff in my guff and it felt like guff from Jack."
Randomer 2 " You sound like a gay guff."
Randomer 1 " How is liking guff gay?"
A cloud of foul gas left hovering in the air after some bastard just farted.
Whilst shopping in the frozen meats section of the supermarket I walked into someone’s guff and nearly blew chunks on the cold meat display
giving someone problems
aka beef, shananigans,sass,shit
Dont you give me no guff slut or i'll slap yo eye straight
When something is a load of rubbish !
dont give us yer guff : dont tok shite/rubbish
"general unspecified free food"
This is a cooperative term originated in the Ann Arbor Student Cooperatives, specifically in the Michigan House.
Though the term originated to refer to food, it is now expanded to anything that is available for use by anyone, for example, food, blankets, books, and penises.
Hey, are these cookies guff?
Yeah, I made them for everyone last night.
Over-inflated information, bordering on superfluous or wholly irrelevant.
Origins: Onomatopoeic word describing a fart
that starts with a short, low musical note, followed by a more prolonged, muffled “fffffh”, usually achieved by sitting on office furniture.
"Never read the manual, it's usually just guff in twenty languages."
A stinky fart. Usually a quiet 'parp' sound, rather than a squelchy one.
"Ahh mate, did you just guff? That reeks!"
Idle talk or excuses.
Don't give me any of your guff.