Short for 'Fluffles'
A term used by a small group of 6th form students in Suffolk, England.
The term came from the mocking of one of the members cat, who as you may have guessed is very fluffy.
The word 'Fluffles' is spoken in a high pitched warble that has made it so recognisable.
Since then, the 'Fluffle' warble has evolved into it's own language that follows the rhyme and pattern of the founding word. Such as 'Tuffles, wuffles, puffles etc.
Other common phrases include a shuddering 'Ohhhohohohhh nooonoooo' and 'I loooooove youuuhooo'
What may seem complete jibberish to the outside world has become a part of life for this small community... a 'special' part of life..