I’m having a drought. A drought about what to write about. All I could think of was fluff. How bizarre is that? It might have something to do with the piece of grey fluff (which must be from my grey cardigan) that is attached to my coat that I just removed. Luckily the coat I am wearing at the moment doesn’t attract fluff unlike some other coats that I have. Also, there are certain items of clothing that always seem to shed fluff at an alarming rate, that I’m surprised that they are still in one piece. Angora jumpers are the worse culprits for this and is most probably why I don’t buy or own anything made of angora. Maybe my thing with fluff is an OCD.

Some knitwear can create fluff in the most odd places. Jumpers look worn by fluff living on the arms and if you are a women with large breasts on the chest area. Luckily, I don’t suffer in the large breast department so no fluff there! Neither do I have fluff collecting inbetween my toes or in my belly button. How does fluff get stuck in a belly button? Unless you are wearing a knitted angora dress I can’t see how fluff can travel from a cardigan through other layers of clothing to end up in the belly button. Maybe it just decided to go on holiday and the belly button looks like a good fluff place to go.


2 Responses to “Fluff”

  1. 1 Cynical Scribble November 5, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    I’ve just checked my belly button…no fluff here either. Although I remember finding loads in there when I was younger (and obviously didn’t wash properly).

    You missed off some other fluff though…bum fluff – the hairs that teenagers grow just before it turns into stubble. Many faux porno moustaches in high schools all over the land.

  2. 2 Michelle Best November 5, 2008 at 10:52 pm

    Hah, I had forgotten all about bum fluff. I remember quite a few teenage boys going through school with bum fluff. Oh dear…! I would have to admit I most probably laughed about it as well back then but hopefully not in their faces (can’t actually remember that far back!).

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