I snarfed a bunch of freebies from the vendor's booth when he wasn't looking.
1995: Tom Shanley, Don Anderson, ISA System Architecture, page 296
Either write-through or write-back policy caches may snarf the data that the bus master is writing to memory.
1996: Harold Abelson, Gerald Jay Sussman, Julie Sussman, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, page 399
...in addition, the embedding enables the designer to snarf features from the underlying language […]
2001: Brad A. Myers, Choon Hong Peck, Jeffrey Nicols, Dave Kong, and Robert Miller, Interacting at a Distance Using Semantic Snarfing, in Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Ubiquitous Computing, pages 305-314.
Other future applications of the semantic snarfing idea might include classrooms, where students might snarf interesting pieces of content from the instructor's presentation; […]
(transitive,slang) To expel fluid or food through the mouth or nostrils accidentally, usually while attempting to stifle laughter with one's mouth full.
It was so funny, I snarfed my milk onto my keyboard.
(transitive,slang, computing) To slurp (computing slang sense); to load in entirety; to copy as a whole.