It’s pretty self-explanatory. You can’t link directly to NSFW (Not Safe For Work) images and OP’s are supposed to cosnsist of more than just a link.
teh irony… it burns…
I think the OP just wanted to know what “NSFW” meant. That’s not self-explantory.
that’s pretty darn self-explanatory.
Enlightenment is but a google away.
Googling “NSFW” probably would explain what it was, but not in a SFW way.
Actually, all the links on the first page of that search, strangely enough, are SFW. Can’t say about what THEY link to though. Probably the most NSFW link is to a Register article about ebay’s reflectoporn. There’s also a link to someone’s del.icio.us page for the tag NSFW, but there’s only one site on it.
I also find it amusing that nsfw.org is the National Schools Film Week website.
It means “Not Safe For Work” ie sites containing nudity, rude words, extreme political opinions or other things that could potentially get you in trouble with your boss if you browsed it while you’re supposed to be working.