Six Feet Under reference from the eppy where Nate suffers a brain seizure:
"My arm is numb. Numb arm. Narm. NARM!" - Nate
Who'll be the next to narm?
I feel like I'm going to narm today.
Narm is a term used on the website TV Tropes
for anything that attempts to achieve some kind of dramatic effect but, whether because of poor writing or poor acting, tends to instead be unintentionally humorous rather than dramatic.
The term comes from the show "Six Feet Under." During the climax of its last season, its main character is stricken by a brain embolism. As he suffers from the effects of his sudden seizure, he begins yelling the words "Numb arm," quickly slurring it into a single syllable.
I really love 24, but that scene where Jack yells, 'WHERE'S THE FOOTBALL!?' over and over is just full of narm. I couldn't stop laughing!
Narm is short for Pecknarm
Pecknarm is slang for Peckham
in South London.
The nickname for Peckham is Vietnarm
, due to its high crime rate and gang violence.
Pecknarm is made by mixing 'Peckham' and 'Vietnarm' together:
PECKham + vietNARM = PECKNARM .... or 'NARM for short.
Other places ending in 'ham (eg: Tottenham) are *not* Narm. Only Peckham is.
A: Where you from?
B: I'm from Narm...
A: Where's that?
A: Peckham.. South London
a curious expletive that occasionally precedes one having part of their brain explode. This phenomenon, interestingly, also seems to correlate to one's previously having had sex with Quakers named Maggie.
Maggie: What's wrong?
Nate: Numb arm... numb arm... narm! NARM!
Slang for "numb arm."
"My arm is numb. Numb arm. Narm!"
An expression said when reallly angry or annoyed. It is sometimes mumbled under ones breath, but most likey screamed out loud. It is never spelled with a G in front of it, like this: gnarms.
"i got blueballed last night NARMS!"
"what a narmer that bitch is!"
A nickname for the council estate behemoth that is the town of Dagenham. Vietnam and Dagenham share the same word ending, but the sounding is different.
Short for 'Vietnarm', a literal spelling of the british pronounciation of that silly old war in the 60s and 70s.
Used because parts of Dagenham represent war torn Hanoi.
"You weren't there man, Vietnam destroyed the soul of many a young man"
"I know what you mean pal, mate Dave who lives in the narm got his benefit stopped so now he's gotta cut down on his ciggies. He's never been the same since."