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9.
Deriving from the posh part of Liverpool, Bootle. Meaning women, birds, flange, flannel, vaj.

Can be abbreviated to "snaff"
"Mum, Dan went to Faller's in the summer and got serious Snaffle"

"ready, steady, snaff!" (let's get women)
by Goooooooooooooooooom April 26, 2004
 
1.
To snaffle: to steal, usually food, in a sneaky manner, often accompanied by the sound "yoink".
I was walking into the kitchen when i found someone snaffling the chocolate raisins! =0
by Loocie July 03, 2005
 
2.
The act of simultaneously sniffing and licking an object.
'Steve enjoyed a good snaffle in the nether regions'

'Stephen snaffled Jo's anus'
by Trytoincludepaul September 30, 2009
 
3.
Snaffles are obtained through smoking marijuana. They are not, contrary to popular belief, the same as the munchies. A requirement of the munchies is that one is genuinely hungry. The snaffles are when you reach the stage where you feel physically bloated, and would (under sober circumstances) never continue eating, yet you do.
Oh man, I had the snaffles so bad last night, I thought I was going to explode.
by Citzen Snips June 26, 2008
 
4.
The act of sniffing a cycle saddle, recently vacated by a woman.
"Warm leather is good leather. That's how to snaffle boy!"
by The Grand Moff May 09, 2004
 
5.
A general term for any drug taken through nasal inhalation. Used as both a noun describing the drug and as a verb to describe the taking of the drug.
I'm going to buy some snaffle; Let's have a quick snaffle of some charlie
by Stashes October 12, 2009
 
6.
To snort or sniff an intoxicating substance, usually an opiate.
Did you snaffle that entire 80?
by weegee July 20, 2005
 
7.
To eat by catching the food in your mouth, tossing it up, and then swallowing it whole. Works only with smaller food items, or larger mouths.
"My dog snaffled up the rat it found on the road."
by Elyssa September 22, 2003