Friday's Fluffity Fluff

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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 11:38am

I am horrible at fluff questions...this is the best I have.  :)

1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?

 

2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?

 

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?

 

4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?


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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 2:04pm

 Marla you are on a roll!  I looked up fluffernutter in the urban dictionary and besides the sandwich there were a few gross definitions.  

 

In the interest of avoiding controversy, feel welcome to restrict your answers to the sandwichy sense of the term.  Or not.LOL


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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 1:36pm

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?

I think I thought that a fluffernutter was something naughty, kind of like the phrase "German Moustache" which I am too afraid to Google. I think the word has great potential.

"She told him that she was hungry, so he gave her a fluffernutter to satisfy her appetite."

Or, "Help me bro, I think that dude wants to give me a bite of his juicy fluffernutter."

Or, "Despite Joe's promise not to, he got fluffernutter in Colleen's hair."

I think it also has great potential as a verb.


  Marla you are on a roll!  I looked up fluffernutter in the urban dictionary and besides the sandwich there were a few gross definitions.  

“Clearly," said Arthur,"you're an idiot- but you're our kind of idiot. Come on.” 
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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 1:33pm

1.  ther than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?

     We have numerous fleece blankets, all 4 of us have at least one fleece coat.  Younger dd has a couple fleece pajama pants.  Hey, we have to stay warm up here.  Cool 

2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?

   Eh, I'd rather have chocolate.  I did use it in a recipe this year, it was for a smores bar that was really yummy. 

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?

 I don't know if I heard of them, but I know I never had one.  Because I still haven't.

4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?

No fluff on me.  Black jeans, green long sleeved shirt, white tank top, black sock, black clogs.

“Clearly," said Arthur,"you're an idiot- but you're our kind of idiot. Come on.” 
― Markus ZusakThe Book Thief

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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:41pm

just_another_marla wrote:
<p><strong><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:medium">1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?</span></strong></p><p><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:medium"><span>I have teenage girls in my house so we have copious amounts of fluff. </span></span></p><p><span style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:medium"><span>Fluffy pillows, </span><span>fluffy slippers. f</span><span>luffy pants, fluffy rugs. My house is a virtual fluffdom of fluffiness. </span></span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:medium">2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?</span></strong></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">I've never bought marshmallow fluff. Is it like liquified Peeps?</span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:medium">3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?</span></strong></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">I think I thought that a fluffernutter was something naughty, kind of like the phrase "German Moustache" which I am too afraid to Google. I think the word has great potential. </span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">"She told him that she was hungry, so he gave her a fluffernutter to satisfy her appetite." </span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">Or, "Help me bro, I think that dude wants to give me a bite of his juicy fluffernutter." </span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">Or, "Despite Joe's promise not to, he got fluffernutter in Colleen's hair."</span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium">I think it also has great potential as a verb.</span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:medium">4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?</span></strong></p><p><span style="font-size:medium"><span>Joy Division "Unknown Pleasures" t-shirt, workout pants. I'll be changing shortly to go run some errands, though.</span></span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium"><span>I don't think that I personally own a piece of fluffy clothing. I mean, I live in a fluffdom, but my closet is like the anti-fluff zone. Even my slippers are just a pair of black suede moccasins. I wouldn't go as far as say that I abhor fluff, but I'm not really drawn to it, either.</span></span></p><p><span style="font-size:medium"><span><br /></span></span></p>

 

If I choke on my lunch today, it's your fault!  :)

I'm not really a fluff fan, either.  I do have the Hello Kitty PJ's that I bought on a whim, and they are definitely fluffy, but that's about it.  I just took my scarf off and inspected it, to see if I could get a picture of its current fluffy state, but I seem to have gotten all of the cat hair off of it earlier.  Foot in Mouth


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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:33pm

1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?

I have teenage girls in my house so we have copious amounts of fluff. 

Fluffy pillows, fluffy slippers. fluffy pants, fluffy rugs. My house is a virtual fluffdom of fluffiness. 

2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?

I've never bought marshmallow fluff. Is it like liquified Peeps?

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?

I think I thought that a fluffernutter was something naughty, kind of like the phrase "German Moustache" which I am too afraid to Google. I think the word has great potential.

"She told him that she was hungry, so he gave her a fluffernutter to satisfy her appetite."

Or, "Help me bro, I think that dude wants to give me a bite of his juicy fluffernutter."

Or, "Despite Joe's promise not to, he got fluffernutter in Colleen's hair."

I think it also has great potential as a verb.

4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?

Joy Division "Unknown Pleasures" t-shirt, workout pants. I'll be changing shortly to go run some errands, though.

I don't think that I personally own a piece of fluffy clothing. I mean, I live in a fluffdom, but my closet is like the anti-fluff zone. Even my slippers are just a pair of black suede moccasins. I wouldn't go as far as say that I abhor fluff, but I'm not really drawn to it, either.


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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:25pm

1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house? My fluffy socks, I have grey ones and violet ones. 

 

2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?I used to love that stuff as a kid, but can't remember the last time I ate some.

 

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young? I have never seen that movie, so this is the first I hear of it.

 

4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy? Dark jeans, orange sweater with a pattern and my fluffy socks.

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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:20pm

Way back in the Stone Age (aka, the 60s), they used to advertise Fluffernutters on TV when trying to market marshmellow fluff. 

Either I lived under a rock all my life or it's just different here.  I never even saw a marshmallow fluff commercial back then.  I don't think I ever have, actually...I never even saw it in stores here until WalMart came along.  Embarassed


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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:16pm

lauren1063 wrote:
<p>I am horrible at fluff questions...this is the best I have.  :)</p><p>1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?</p><p> </p><p>2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?</p><p> </p><p>3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?</p><p> </p><p>4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?</p>

1.  Probably the big storage bin in the sewing room filled with quilting and loose batting.  Second most fluffy thing in the house is the big bin also in the sewing room filled with Hello Kitty (and other) fleece fabric. Third most is my duvet, which is 50% goose down and 50% fiberfill.

2. Edible.  Especially when mixed into Grasshopper Pie.  Ignore the recipe's instructions to discard the Oreo cookie fillings; clearly that cook is insane.

3.  Fluffernutters?  Oh sure.  Way back in the Stone Age (aka, the 60s), they used to advertise Fluffernutters on TV when trying to market marshmellow fluff.  And they're freaking awesome.

4.  I'm wearing flannel jammie pants with sheep wearing snow caps on them printed all over it.  Also scarves.  And snowflakes.  I took two days off this week for a doctor's appointment yesterday and I haven't decided if I"m going to work tonight or going to bag it for the weekend.

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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 12:01pm

1) Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?
Probably a decorative pillow in my daughter's room.

2) Marshmallow fluff: It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?
I've neer had it. 

3) Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?
Ummm, never had that either.  (blushing)

4) What are you wearing today? Is it fluffy?
Jeans, v-neck t shirt & a grey hoodie, boots. 

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Fri, 04-05-2013 - 11:46am

1)  Other than pets (too obvious), what is the fluffiest thing in your house?

Probably my Hello Kitty PJ pants

 

2)  Marshmallow fluff:  It's own food group, None-edible, or somewhere in between?

I have actually eaten it once, and I lived, so I guess it's edible...but it was a seriously underwhelming experience, so I'll have to go with somewhere in between.

(And BTW, when I typed that answer I totally felt like one of those people on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire who knows the answer but has to talk incessantly before giving it.)

 

3)  Had you ever heard of a fluffernutter before Julia Roberts talked about them in Dying Young?

No.  And I still haven't.  Peanut butter should always be eaten alone, on a spoon.  No bread, no gunk.  Period.

 

4) What are you wearing today?  Is it fluffy?

 

Brown jeans, white t-shirt, rust-colored sweater, scarf.  The scarf has cat hair all over it, if that counts as fluff. 


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