Little fluffy objects from fleece, carpet, or other random sources that are stuck on someone's clothing. (Plural: Foofies)
Oh, you have a foofy on your shirt, let me get that off for you.
Don't lay on that carpet, your shirt will be full of foofies.
My fleece jacket has foofies on it now that it went through the washing machine.
An adjective, primarily synonomous with the adjectives fluffy, billowy, and/or puffy. Used mainly to describe a cloud, or the mixture between lemon meringue and sodium bicarbonate.
"When you mix lemon meringue with sodium bicarbonate," started the cheerful Mrs. Fox, "You get a mixture that comes out very foofy".
Foofy (adj) 1. Christy; 2. Upper class or fancy; 3. Something fluffy or poofy; 4. A non homosexual reference to a person being characteristically snooty, fancy or fluffy or any combination thereof; Orig: From a combination of the English words fluffy and poofy
She wore a foofy dress to the wedding
My cat has a foofy tail
adjective: 1) To describe something that is surprisingly impressive and stupendous either by it's size, beauty, style, presence etc. and takes your breath away and you let out an audible "FOOF" unintentionally. 2) Anything that is remarkably and unexpectedly good and or is way better than average. 3) Perfection personified, you can't get any better.
1) The acceleration in the car from 0km/h to 100km/h was "foofy". 2) I just watched a movie and it was "foofy". 3) The food I just ate at the restaurant was "foofy".
A cute way for girls to say they have to fart.
excuse me, but i have to go make a foofy real quick.
Mad skills in the bedroom
Ruffus is foofy
(Adj) Having mildly effeminate or un-manly characteristics, some of which are subliminal and/or difficult to describe. Not to be confused with "poofy", which implies upper-class snobbishness, or "foofed", which pertains to something being fluffed up, e.g., hair.
Panera is a foofy restaurant.
Hawaiian shirts are foofy.
Sean Hannity has a foofy hairdo, but Alan Colmes is foofy through and through.