Let's face it -- the internet practically runs on p0rn, bewbz , the F bomb and bored employees surfing the web from their cubicles. Websites, forums, blogs and online communities have developed a universal shorthand to warn idle surfers just what's up ahead with one little catch phrase and four magic letters: N. S. F. W. (Not Safe for Work).

While the phrase typically saves one from clicking on a link they shouldn't be visiting in the first place, sometimes a writer can almost have the opposite effect by cleverly wording their warning to make the risk that more appealing -- almost enticing people to click. With a little help from our friend Google, we're proud to present some of the wittiest NSFW disclaimers on the web. We totally clicked on these. (I mean, do I even need to warn that something below might be NSFW?!)




Seen any other good disclaimers? Drop the links in the comments below! Note: Special kudos to former Urlbot Seth for all the research help.