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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I think it was my friend darlets who described INFJs as fluffy, pink sharks, so I guess I qualify.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    fluffy pink sharks! that's delightful!
    They are, too! They seem so friendly and cuddly and nice and lovable.

    Then they chew your arm off and you must run screaming for your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    They are, too! They seem so friendly and cuddly and nice and lovable.

    Then they chew your arm off and you must run screaming for your life.
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    INFJs are so cruel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    I am a fluffy because I am boring
    I am a fluffy because I am uninsightful.
    I am a fluffy because I use words that I have not yet fully grasped the meaning of because I think it's good practice.
    I am a fluffy because I start threads in which no one else feels invited/compelled to participate.
    I will work on it, I promise.

    Are you a fluffy?
    No.

    PS- Dictionaries. Perhaps you've heard of them? They eliminate the need for practicing words you don't understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    I am a fluffy because I am boring
    I am a fluffy because I am uninsightful.
    I am a fluffy because I use words that I have not yet fully grasped the meaning of because I think it's good practice.
    I am a fluffy because I start threads in which no one else feels invited/compelled to participate.
    I will work on it, I promise.

    Are you a fluffy?
    Everyone on this board is a fluffy except for me. I am an alien.
    But then I am still trying to grasp the meaning of fluffy.
    Also, those who do not believe they are fluffy-s are just suffering from fluff related hairballs due to their over grooming of their fluffy-ness. Further fluff studying is needed. I would like to point out that I have found two types of fluffy-s. Ones that know they are fluffy-s and are lighthearted, and then the dangerous types with sharp teeth that prey on other fluffy-s and feel that they are better than fluffy-s. These fluffy-s are known to vaporize in direct sunlight. They also smell funny. And cough up hairballs that really mess up the place.

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    hee hee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    No.

    PS- Dictionaries. Perhaps you've heard of them? They eliminate the need for practicing words you don't understand.
    Uh, actually they don't. Words have denotations and conotations and its not easy to fit a word into a sentence in the english language. I think its admirable and intelligent to practice new vocabulary.

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    I wish I had known it was this easy to get all the fluffers in one spot.

    (The better to mow them all down... heh heh...)
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    What the cow chip is going on in this site?
    Everything that is crunchy should not be munched on.

    I think Meshous avatar looks like a womans reproductive system, the origin of humanity. The womb of all fluffies... (this is a compliment)

    The best way to catch fluffies is with honeyed sticky tape.
    can I get an emoticon with my order of fluff, please.
    Yes, coming right up.
    This post makes wonderful sense. It is art. And magic. and madness.

    Fluffers keep things stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienclock View Post
    Uh, actually they don't. Words have denotations and conotations and its not easy to fit a word into a sentence in the english language. I think its admirable and intelligent to practice new vocabulary.
    So I should go around using words whose meanings I don't know in the hopes of getting a correct stab?
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