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    fluff

    Gary goes to sit on the pillow right next to Mum's face. With her eyes closed Mum says," If you fluff now, you will be in big trouble."

    What's meaning of fluff in this case? Pls.

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    Re: fluff

    Break wind/fart.

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    Re: fluff

    I guess so. But couldn't find the definition in the dictionary.

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    Re: fluff

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    I guess so. But couldn't find the definition in the dictionary.
    It's a euphemism.

    Rover

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