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Pretending to work. Covertly engaging in fun activities instead of work, but still appearing as a motivated employee.

Three reasons for the origin of this word:
1) A serf was a form of slave required to work a master's land. Lower-level employees in a modern business can also feel like slaves.
2) Surfing the internet is a common activity undertaken instead of working
3) Surfer culture is traditionally laid back and does not value working
Friend: Were you busy at work today?
Office Worker: Nah, I was serfing all day.
by The Serfer December 05, 2013
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To crush your lickspittle under the heel of your boot.
She found her workers relaxing instead of laboring and decided to go serfing.
by FuRyUs February 10, 2010
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