Floofbehaving

Floofbehaving (floofinition) – acting like an animal, regardless of what humans want an animal to do or the rules and restrictions people impose on their housepets.

In use: “She said, “He’s been misbehaving. He ate the Elf on the Shelf.” He replied, “You think it’s misbehaving, but it’s just floofbehaving. It’s just a dog being a dog.””

 

Saturday’s Theme Music

Walking along in damp and chilly sunlit air, my writing energies bubbled up. I was ready to write. From that streamed the phrases, “Put me in, coach, I’m ready to write today.” That’s a twist on the John Fogerty song, “Centerfield” from the album with the same name (1985). The song has become a baseball stadium mainstay in America. At least one major league player has complained about hearing it so often.

“Don’t say it ain’t so, you know the time is now.”

 

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