The file LIFF.HLP is a WinHelp 3.1 implementation of "The Meaning of Liff" by Douglas Adams (the author of the five books in the increasingly inaccurately named "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy" trilogy) and John Lloyd. It's a hilariously funny kind of dictionary which uses words from various places around the world (mainly UK) and gives them new meanings describing various experiences, feelings, situations etc. in life.
Note that this is a WinHelp 3.1 implementation that uses a lot of semi-documented tips and tricks as well as external DLL's, so it will not run correctly with WinHelp 4.0! It should, however, run correctly with WinHelp 3.1 on both Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT/2000/XP.
Download The Meaning of Liff (370K)
Download redistributable WinHelp 3.1 (151K)