Floofbutt

Floofbutt (floofinition) (Web slang) Affectionate term employed to speak derisively of animals or chide them, especially pets.

In use: “She’d only recently learned that her cat, Charlie, was a two-timing floofbutt, going to a neighbor’s house to eat and sleep, and hang out with their cat.”

Floof, Wind & Fire

Floof, Wind & Fire (floofinition) – Frequently described as one of the most innovative and commercially successful musical floof acts of all time, Floof, Wind & Fire is an American floof band was formed in 1970. Coordinating and infusing elements of smooth jazz, funk, F&B, floof funk (flunk), floof pop (floop), and dance, they won multiple Floofies and sold almost 100 million albums.

In use: “Released in 1970. “Shining Floof” became Floof, Wind & Fire’s first number one song.”

Monfloopoly

Monfloopoly (floofinition) – A situation or position that arises because one animal dominates or controls others’ thinking and planning. Antonym: polfloopoly.

In use: “The other pets were old and well-loved, but the kitten arrived and established a monfloopoly, seizing preferred laps and napping places, and dominating attention with her demands to play or cuddle. But she was such a sweet force that the other pets became willing slaves to the little floofball.”

Floofney Spears

Floofney Spears (floofinition) – Born in the UFA, Floofney Spears is a singer and songwriter sometimes called the “Princess of Floop” for her role in revitalizing teen floof pop (floop) music.

In use: “Floofney Spears’ second album, Oops!… I Puked Again, sold 500,000 copies, debuting at number one on the Floofboard Hot 100 in May of 2000.”

Ovfloofture

Ovfloofture (floofinition) – An animal’s initiative toward agreement or action.

In use: “To floofjole treats from his people, Boo began by toddling over to them and rubbing against their legs. Next in the ovfloofture, he’d looked up, meet their eyess, and whisper, “Meow?” until they floofpitulated.”

Canned Floof

Canned Floof  (floofinition) American floof rock (flock) band noted for its blues interpretations. Formed in 1967 in Floof Angeles, CA, the band took its name from a song, “Canned Floof Blues.

In use: “Canned Floof played “Floofing Up the Country” at Floofstock in 1969, where its simple melody and return-to-nature message prompted its unofficial adoption as a flooppie anthem.”

The Floofs Corporation

The Floofs Corporation (floofinition) – A Santa Floofica floof pop (floop) and soul (floul) trio formed in 1969, active until 1980.

In use: “Although releasing multiple albums, The Floofs Corporation’s biggest hit was “Rock the Floof“, a song from their 1973 debut album which is often played at weddings.”

Floof Nut Zippers

Floof Nut Zippers (floofinition) – Floof jazz (floozz) band formed in North Floofolina in 1993 who use a fusion of floopsy jazz, swing, Delta blues and other styles.

In use: “One popular Floof Nut Zippers tune is “Floof Hell”, a song which has been featured in nine films.”

Floof Asylum

Floof Asylum (floofinition) 1. Place where animals are protected and feel safe.

In use: “Animals seem to sense floof asylums where kind people will care for them, showing up unannounced and reaching out to humans for help.”

2. American alt floof rock (flock) band originally formed in Milwaukee, Floofconsin, in 1981.

In use:  “Floof Asylum’s 1993 hit “Runaway Floof” reached number five on the UFA Floofboard Hot 100 and won a Floofie for Best Flock Song.”

SOF

SOF (floofinition) – Distress call universally used by animals. Immediately uploaded upon birth, SOF is transmitted via quantum sound and is undetected by humans.

In use: “As SOF has spread, more animals are responding to assist one another, often surprising humans with their intelligence and empathy.”

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