An abbreviation meaning "Not Safe For Work," used as a warning tag for overpaid workers who can browse the internet at work just as long as it doesn't involve swearing or nudity.
Tim got fired for looking at NSFW barnyard porn on the job and not alt-tabbing to his online gambling site fast enough when the boss came around to socialize about the game last night.
by TJefferson October 27, 2007
Not Safe For Work - internet slang, abbreviation usually used to describe sexually explicit content.
www.example.sk/porn (NSFW)
by Atlis June 22, 2010
Any content or material that is deemed not appropriate for work. Not safe for work.
WTF, mate. Brittany Fleit is NSFW.
by gobbleturkeygobble March 03, 2011
Nipple-sucking farm workers.
Because working the fields can get awfully boring without some NSFW.
by Overcast69 October 30, 2010
Abbreviation used in names of websites/videos/images ect to denote that it wouldn't be safe to view such content at work.
barnyardbabes.com (NSFW)
by robbehnsfw August 14, 2010
not safe for work
usually used in reference to pornography on internet blogs
Dude 1: Dude, she is hot! Look at this picture!

Dude 2: That is totally not safe for work, get it off before we get fired! it even says nsfw at the bottom, idiot.
by H_D_B September 19, 2010
Not Safe For Work.
Often used to describe porn, which will get you fired if caught viewing it in the workplace.
Fred: No one will notice me looking at this NSFW stuff!

Andy: Fred, is that tentacle rape?

Fred: Yes, why?

Andy: If the boss catches you...

Fred: OMGWITFBBQ *tries to alt-tab to ESPN*

*boss walks in*

Boss: Fred, why are you looking at pornography?

Fred: Well I wa-

Boss: I don't want to hear it. You will not be missed.

Fred: FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-
by InvisibleWater July 01, 2012
Any content or material that is deemed not appropriate for work. Not safe for work.
Dan Quintero is the epitome of NSFW.
by ribbitribbitfrog May 18, 2011

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