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
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

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