Abbreviation of "crescent fresh," a term of excited approval pioneered on the 1990's MTV sockpuppet show Sifl and Ollie. Based on the slogan for Pillsbury pop-and-bake dinner rolls, this phrase was used by "Chester" as an ironic '90's variant of "fresh," itself an '80's adjective of excited approval apparently derived from produce commercials --- for instance, the Tropicana orange juice commercial that featured Olympic victor Bruce Jenner, saying: "Tropicana Pure Premium --- for me, it's freshest." Notice that this implies that "freshness" is not an actual measurement of the time it takes a typical carton of product to market; "freshness" is now an interpretive category: "FOR ME, it's freshest."
"Oh shit, your tape is CRESS. The jams are crescent fresh. I'm playing it and I feel SO CRESCENT."
A blank, phonetic place-holder with no semantic import whatsoever, "huffle" can be used to dispel silence-anxiety, to amuse a baby, or to dispel the cloying rhythm of a maudlin, unbearably sappy song full of fake emotion and sanctimonious crypto-nationalism.
"Sing-us-a-song, you're- a pia"-HUFFLE-"man / Sing-u-" HUFFLE "-ight, well we're all in" HUFFLE "dy, and you've" HUFFLE. HUFFLE.