A type of marshmallow cream that people in New England eat. Commonly eaten with peanut butter on a sandwich as an alternative to jellies and jams or honey. Kids get a sugar rush on it and often end up driving their parents bonkers afterward and getting in trouble in school. Doesn't have to be refrigerated.
Junior, you want peanut butter and fluff for dinner, or mac 'n' cheese, or clam chowda?
which the story has no plot. Only humourous or romantic nonsense.
*after reading a story* What a cute fluff!
To prepare a pornographic actor for a sexual scene.
a participant in preparation for a recoreded sexual act.
His evening job was a fluffer.
I was fluffing this guy...
Inadequately fluffed star.
1. A kind of fanfic
which has a happy ending or generally happy content, rather than smut
(pornography) or angst
'I wrote some fluff' OR 'that fic had a lot of fluff in it.'
Something vacuous, such as a verbal statement, without any particular meaning or value.
Irrelevant details that may cloud the issue of main concern.
His annoying fluff statements during meetings are a distration and waste of time.
1. Marshmallow, in a jar.
2. Part of the ingredients in Jane Rizzoli's favorite type of sandwich fluffernutter
Maura: What is this white substance?
Maura: Light, downy particles of cotton?
Jane: It's marshmallow, and the brown substance is called peanut butter. It's ground up, heavy, oily particles of peanuts.
"Fluff" is a term for acid that is made by the Grateful Dead Family, also called "family fluff."
Usually decent, sometimes good.
Depends on your location, but you should never pay more than $10 / hit...
"Hey what's up"
"What have you got lately?"
"I got the regular and I got some doses, family fluff"
An abbreviation for "marshmallow fluff," a gooey white substance mainly used as a sandwich spread. Can also be used in place of marshmallows for baking purposes. Often made into a contraction with peanut butter
as "fluffernutter," a combination of the two sandwich spreads on bread.
Hey, pass me that jar of fluff, Karen!