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Nao, according to Google.

"Nao" is an adverb, often used in grammatically incomplete sentence fragments, to describe the point in time at which the speaker wishes to obtain sauce. Some linguists claim that nao originated as a misspelling of the word "now"; however, this analysis is disputed, as nao often identifies a moment several minutes, hours or even days before or after the posting in which it was used.
Nao is the antonym of l8r.


Nao can be used in any normal English sentence in place of either "now," or any other temporal adverb. However, this substitutionary usage is considerably less common; the word denotes a sense of urgency that would be diffused by traditional rules of sentence completeness and grammatical accuracy. As such, nao is most commonly seen in simple imperitive sentences or sentence fragments. In the most urgent circumstances (comprising roughly 100% of all recorded cases), the entire sentence, fragment or phrase is capitalized.

Typically, a sentence or fragment will reference one or several posts containing images, indicating that the user wishes sauce only for those images. Contrast with "Tits or GTFO", in which the sauce is known, but has not yet provided sufficient imagery.

Ingame Nao

Nao is also the representative for the new superfun, free to play, and highly innovative game by Nexon. I would have liked to see her in Playboy Mansion: the Game, But its too late.

She appears in the beggining of the game To greet you with surprise dildo buttsecks. She has massive Bewbz that you know you would rub your dick on.

You can ask for a boob massage untill she loses interest in you and you become 30 levels old Den she becomes your hooker with massive prices of 1000000 Moneez, Or 1 fake excuse of you never getting your moneyz.

Examples of Everyday Use

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