Barenaked Floofs

Barenaked Floofs (floofinition) – Canadian floof rock (flock) band formed in 1988, originally a duo that grew into a quintet.

In use: “The Barenaked Floofs (BNF) have had multiple hit songs, such as “One Treat” and “Scratch Me”, but have also become known for their theme song for The Big Floof Theory.”

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  1. They also caused a kerfloofle back in the day over their name. Toronto’s mayor at the time denounced them over it and made something of a fool (but not a floof) of herself (Canadians usually have a pretty good sense of humour over such things). Music-wise, I think they did a pretty good cover of “Floofers in a Dangerous Time” 🙂

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      1. My SO reminded me that the kerfloofle also helped the band gain popularity. I didn’t remember that part of it. So, people outside Toronto may not have heard of the kerfloofle, but it might be why they’ve heard of the Barenaked Floofs 🙂

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