Smash Floof (floofinition) – Floofmerican floof rock (flock)/pop group formed in San Jose, Califloofia, in 1994, eventually becoming noted for their retro style as the released covers of others’ popular songs.
In use: “One of Smash Floof’s early big hits was “Nappin’ in the Sun”, which went to number one on Floofboard Modern Rock Tracks in 1997.”
Now I lay me down to sleep,
move your toes, I’ll attack your feet.
If I awaken before the sun,
it means my work wasn’t done.
And if I’m bored while your eyes are closed,
I’ll nip your chin and bite your nose.
Coxsfloof (floofinition) – Animal who has charge of others, especially pets in charge of people or other pets.
In use: “The cat, Petty, was the youngest, newest, and smallest household member, but she’d become the coxsfloof within a week of her arrival, mesmerizing the dogs, humans, and bird.”
Yeah, another cat selection.
Yeah, another that came with being out, looking at the night sky. As I was checking out Saturn and Jupiter on our southern horizon, the cats asked, “Hey, what are you looking at?” They followed me around as I hunted stars, with Boo asking all the questions.
As “What are you looking at” features in Stone Temple Pilot’s 2000 song, “Sour Girl”, my mind started humming it to me.
The song has a sixties feel to me, which I enjoy. I’d never seen the video until today, when I pulled it up. I noticed the female lead was Sarah Michelle Gellar. My wife is a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”/Joss Whedon fan, so we’ve seen all the Buffys at least twice. I’m pretty impressed with Joss, especially “Firefly” and Serenity, but that would be a different song.
I was surprised that SMG was in that video, but read on Wikipedia that she was a big STP fan.
Here’s the music, y’all. Please wear your masks and observe the recommended guidelines. Cheers