"Dude, I just ate a really hot pepper.. My NARF is on fire!"
The narf may be executed out of spite, for general annoyance or for general pleasure.
Narfs are best performed on younger sibblings, but in some cases, two younger brothers or sisters may attack an older sibbling for a rare, but exciting, double-narf takedown.
Catching an open-mouth narf is rare and can be dangerous.
Do you want a narf? I think it's time for a narf.
narfed, past participle; narfed, past tense; narfing, present participle; narfs, 3rd person singular present
The act of puking a little bit at the back of your mouth but not spewing. Originates from the words 'not' and 'barfing'. This word was created to replace the term 'I just threw up a little bit in my mouth'
Originally coined after a drunk friend misspelled every word in a text including 'barfing'.