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|Google finds the darnedest things. Posted on 04/02/2002.
When you search on the phrase "Fluffy butt". This search term came up when a friend used it as if it had a specific meaning. I'd never heard it before. 100 results on Google later, and I still don't know if there's a meaning to the phrase "fluffy butt." It's usually used in the context of dogs and cats. Whatever the meaning, it *is* nice to say, no?
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Hmm, I refer to my cat as "fuzzy butt." It's not really meant as an compliment, but it *is* an endearment.
Posted by Janet @ 04/02/2002 09:23 PM PST [link to this comment]
I'd agree with Janet... except I say fuzzy butt to my dog. My fiancee often says it to me in the context of "Scott, look at fuzzy butt's hair, it needs brushing!"
Posted by Scott @ 04/02/2002 09:52 PM PST [link to this comment]
There is a tuft of hair that grows on the...um...haunches of our dog. Ok, it grows on his butt. My wife call that his "puppy pants". But, I guess you could call it a "fuzzy butt" too.
Posted by Kyle @ 04/03/2002 01:31 PM PST [link to this comment]
I love that Google's 3rd result for this query is now a link to this page.
Posted by Steve Mulder @ 04/05/2002 10:03 AM PST [link to this comment]
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