Siff (adj.) – a South African English word similar to “disgusting” “gross” “yucky” or even “disappointing”
I came home last night to a kitchen full of half empty cans and liquor bottles, a broken chair, an unlocked back door, a wet couch, a wet table, a dirty floor, keys lying on the floor, and a happily snoring away drunk digsmate.
I meticulously tidied up everything, put the trash in bags, which I threw into his bedroom, and half way through doing this I realised he or his friends had opened up my Nutella chocolate spread jar (a gift to me from my parents) and eaten most of what was left.
At this point I started talking to myself. Then I realised there were kitchen utensils in the garden. I really feared we’d had a break in, but no, we’d just had 6 or 7 very drunk retarded boys around. I went outside shaking in my socks, picked up the kitchen stuff, and ran back inside.
More cleaning, eventually got to bed at 1am. This morning completely ignored him, only saying hi and a few other necessary words.
I’m even more furious because our domestic worker was here yesterday cleaning everything. And literally 6 hours later it got messed up. Embodiment of siff.