To make luff to a person you have to get luffed back, if not it isn't considered luffing (unless you're luffing cloey)
"I luff you too"
* person for a long time.
This however is not luffing, this is trying to luff your chosen one (or cloey).
To really make luff the chosen one must reply either:
* person is luffed
* person is making luff
From an old Nautical term: luffing - v. to steer a ship into the wind where the sails begin to flutter and experiences a severe loss of power until tacked to one direction or another.
He's luffing between Rachael and Stacey - shows why he's been chronically single.