Useless printed instuctions and manuals.
Originated in England during World War II when English soldiers were overwelmed with unnecessary printed materials and used them as they would toilet tissue or "bum fodder".
My new CD-ROM drive came with 40 pages of bumpf. Oprah's magazine makes good bumpf.
by 50 cent crack dealer July 31, 2003
When someone knocks into you that you don’t know. And you don’t know what to say to them without sounding stupid
*sorry for bumpfing you dude, my bad*
by Truthyteller23 February 16, 2019
BOTHERSOME PAPERWORK. FROM THE NEMONIC OF A PILOT'S PRE LANDING CHECKLIST - BRAKES CHECKED, UNDERCARRIAGE DOWN, MIXTURE RICH, PETROL SUFFICIENT, FLAPS DOWN. FROM JUST BEFORE WW2 WHEN MORE SOPHISTICATED MILITARY AIRCRAFT WERE DEVELOPED WITH RETRACTABLE WHEELS, VARIABLE PITCH PROPELLORS AND MORE COMPLICATED ENGINES. PREVIOULSY, WITH FIXED UNDERCARRIAGES, FIXED PROPELLERS AND OFTEN NO BRAKES THERE WAS NO NEED FOR A LANDING CHECKLIST.
by pilotbear January 17, 2022