Doofloof (floofinition) – a housepet who often acts silly.
In use: “The feathered doofloof liked collecting things from around the house like rubber bands, chains, keys, and bracelets, often dancing in triumph while singing when he added a new treasure to his collection.”
Dudefloof (floofinition) – a housepet who prefers male company.
In use: “In a house with three young girls and two female adults, the dog turned out to be a dudefloof, even though one of the girls had rescued him. Wherever her husband went, the spaniel followed.”
Roofloof (floofinition) – housepet, often cats and birds, who enjoy hanging around on roofs.
In use: “The next-door tortie was a roofloof. If our neighbor didn’t find her on his roof, he’d walked around, looking on other roofs and calling her. It was a seasonal habit, exercised only when sunshine abounded.”
Today’s little ditty was released by a small, unknown band came out in 1981. It had some small chart success in America and maybe a few other places in the world. You may have heard it because presidential candidates like using it, as do professional sports teams and television networks. I think it might have been in an obscure television show called The Sopranos. For reasons that defy easy tracking and explaining, my mind used it as my wake-up music.
Here’s Journey with “Don’t Stop Believin'”. If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.