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  • Hence what I call the Fluff Principle: on a user-voted news site, the links that are easiest to judge will take over unless you take specific measures to prevent it.

    What I've Learned from Hacker News

  • My favorite test aside from drawing pictures is called the Fluff Test.

    Left Neglected

  • There's two slots left for alterate universe/reality fic, and many each in Fluff, Dark, and PWP (and I know there is a ton of good PWP out there).

    Name Meme

  • (Feorag, also NB: you have fans up here, and Fluff is kindly spoken of.)

    And so we bid a fond farewell to Sweden | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"

  • One of the first really hot apps was one called Fluff Friends.

    The Facebook Effect

  • But Fluff is lost, she explained, as her mother led her toward the cart.

    A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia

  • In 1999, Woods dispatched Mike Cowan, the 63-year-old veteran who is known as Fluff on tour, when he sat for a lengthy Q&A with

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Fluff is ultimately lazy and hates eating anything that resembles work, so it’s off the vet he goes in the next month for some descaling and we’ll see how he feels about that, the lazy sod.

    Sausage! — Fusion Despatches

  • Everywhere I turned I was confronted with foods guaranteed to make you waddle-moon pies, pecan spinwheels, peach mellos, root beer buttons, chocolate fudge devil dogs, and a whipped marshmallow sandwich spread called Fluff, which came in a tub large enough to bathe a baby in.

    I'm A Stranger Here Myself

  • Vaguely he seemed to recall Fluff or Softsmooth or someone telling him about a backtrap, but he couldn't form a picture of it.

    Orphan Star

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