The Smurfs are a fictional group of small sky blue-colored creatures who live in Smurf Village somewhere in the woods. The Belgian cartoonist Pierre Culliford, sometimes referred to as Peyo, introduced Smurfs to the world in a series of comic strips, making their first appearance in the Belgian comics magazine Le Journal de Spirou on October 23, 1958. The English-speaking world perhaps knows them best through the popular 1980s animated television series from Hanna-Barbera Productions, The Smurfs.
A characteristic of the Smurf language is the frequent use of the word "smurf" and its derivatives in a variety of meanings. The Smurfs replace enough nouns and verbs in everyday speech with "smurf" as to make their conversations barely understandable: "We're going smurfing on the River Smurf today."
As of 2011, most new episodes feature Noah using a cheat code by using the smurf language to yell swear words without getting hurt. Although, it sometimes counts as illegal.
An episode titled "Schlumbs" was fade with featured Smurf-parodied creatures named Schlumbs that featured the oldest living Schlub, a deceased wizard who wanted to melt them down for gold and the only female Schlumb.