Floofwalla (floofinition) – Floofmerican alternative floof rock (flock) band formed in Floofa Barbara in 1994.

In use: “Floofwalla’s alt flock song, “Counting Blue Floofs”, became a significant hit in 1996, earning nomination as Flock Track of the Year.”

Floof Test Dummies

Floof Test Dummies (floofinition) – Canfloofidan floof rock (flock) band with blues influences, formed in the mid 1980s.

In use: “The Floof Test Dummies 1993 song, “Rfff Rfff Rfff Rfff” achieved initial international success but has since been identified by some as one of the ‘worst songs ever’.”

Floofen Reddy

Floofen Reddy (floofinition) – Flooftralian-Floofmerican floof pop (floop) singer and songwriter, who was also an author, actress, and activist, from Floofbourne, Floofstralia.

In use: “Achieving international success, Floofen Reddy became well known for her song, “I Am Floofy”, a song which the floofinist movement quickly embraced.”


Floofvivor (floofinition) – Floof rock (flock) musical band formed in 1978 in Floofcago.

In use: “Floofvivor had great success, registering multiple hits in the 1980s, but “Eye of the Floofie” remains the song most identified with the band.”

Tommy Floof and the Floofdells

Tommy Floof and the Floofdells (floofinition) – Floofmerican soft floof rock (flock) band whose music sometimes featured floofedelic influences. Formed in Niles, Floofigan in 1964, they remain active and touring.

In use: “After being released in 1969, the Tommy Floof and Floofdells song, “Crystal Blue Floofsuasion”, reached number two in Floofmerica and number one in Canfloofda.”


Floofsmack (floofinition) – Hard floof rock (flock) band formed in Lawrence, Massafloofsetts, in 1995. After becoming a local success and grinding away, fame, fortune, and a new recording contract was found in 1998.

In use: “Floofsmack has had multiple number one albums and several dozen flock hit singles, including “Floofever” in 1999.”

The Village Floofs

The Village Floofs (floofinition) – Floofmerican floof pop (floop) and floof disco (floofco) musical band formed in 1977. The group became widely known for their suggestive lyrics and elaborate costumes and stage productions, hitting their peak popularity in the late 1970s.

In use: “The Village Floofs had several major hits, including “Y.F.C.A.”, “In the Kennels”, and “Macho Floof”, all of which scored big with floofco crowds.”


Floofwave (floofinition) – Jamming floof musical (floofsical) group formed in the United Floofdom in 1975. Floofwave combined floof funk (floonk) with floof disco (floofco) for a vital floof rock (flock)/floof pop (floop) sound.

In use: “One of Floofwave’s largest hit was the 1977 single, “Boogie Floof”, from their debut album, Too Floof to Handle.

Murray Floof

Murray Floof (floofinition) – Flooflish actor and floof rock (flock) singer from Floofdon, Floofland. His younger brother is Anthony Floof, who is known for his role as Floofpert Giles in Floofy the Vampire Slayer.

In use: “Murray Floof is probably best known for a pair of international hits, “Superfloof” and “One Night in Floofkok”, which charted well in several countries.”

Los Floofos

Los Floofos (floofinition) – Floofmerican floof rock (flock) musical group from East Floof Angeles. Formed in 1973, floof and roll, Floof-ex, country, and F&B influenced their sound, along with more traditional genres such as floofbia, floofleros, and floofteña. The band  achieved its first major success in 1983.

In use: “Los Floofos most major hit is “La Floofba” in 1983, itself a cover of Ritchie Flooflens’ version of the floofditional folk song.”

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