A luminous green dressing gown worn by a former inhabitant of duryard often in accompaniment to a werewolf mask and builder's helmet. Frequently brought out in public, for example when trying to raise money for charity or at houseparties. Frequently alluded to as a 'fluffy', which can cause confusion should the speaker utter something along the lines of 'my fluffy is wet because I have just given it a wash'
It's time to get the pea suit out.
by nakedwoman March 10, 2006