Fuzzy is the feeling after a night of drinking the next morning. It can best be described as knowing you're not hung over, but still not feeling quite 100%.
Extra long showers usually help somewhat, but nothing but time will cure your uneasiness.
If you think of a "buzz" as a pre-drunk state, being fuzzy is the post-drunk state. The outlying cause is the alcohol still being worked out of your system long after you've awaken, one molecule at a time.
*in class the next morning*
kid1: "Dude I'm mad fuzzy."
kid2: "Me too."
Being so in love it's beyond euphoria that could be described as hopeless romance, comparable to having butterflies.
"You make me feel so fuzzy!"
"Oh god, man. Don't tell me you're already fuzzy for her!"
Something soft and furry. Ya know, that literal kind of fuzzy.
The hair on my cat's ass is fuzzy.
or, if you don't want to be so explicit, just take off ass.
The hair on my cat is fuzzy.
NOUN. hFeeling of happiness gained by love; the butterfly feeling.
The poem she wrote about me gave my the fuzzies.
US Army private E-1.
Fuzzy, point that muzzle up and down range.
The feeling of euphoria that you get from certain pills IE Xanax, Percocet, Oxycodone, etc etc.
Man ive had the fuzzys for hours after i took that Xanax. Think im going to drop another fuzzy.
Fuzzy is an adjective used to describe a plethora of different objects, things, and most commonly…people. To be called "fuzzy" implies that one is either cute, wearing a particularly soft, cozy garment, or that one resembles a young rabbit, with soft, plush fur, sitting peacefully in a field. Fuzzy is not a gender biased adjective, and is especially useful when describing boys in sweatshirts. However, this term must be used to precaution and care, and should not be abused and used towards those not worthy of fuzziness.
"My goodness, you look incredibly fuzzy in that fleecey hooded sweatshirt, droobie"