Discover the most popular and inspiring quotes and sayings on the topic of Fluff. Share them with your friends on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or your personal blogs, and let the world be inspired by their powerful messages. Here are the Top 100 Fluff Quotes And Sayings by 98 Authors including Charles M. Schulz,Ursula K. Le Guin,S.w. Lothian,J.k. Rowling,Gabriel Iglesias for you to enjoy and share.
Happiness is a piece of fudge caught on the first bounce. -- Charles M. Schulz
Figurines and souvenirs and kickshaws and mementos and gewgaws and bric-a-brac, everything either useless to begin with or ornamented so as to disguise its use; acres of luxuries, acres of excrement. -- Ursula K. Le Guin
You could have heard a bee fluff -- S.w. Lothian
Sounded like a load of waffle to me."
"There was some important stuff hidden in the waffle. -- J.k. Rowling
If you Google the word "fluffy," I'm the first thing that pops up. It's me, dogs and rabbits. -- Gabriel Iglesias
I cannot believe that Muffy just called the First Amendment fiddle-faddle. Fiddle Faddle is a delicious candy-coated popcorn snack food. It has nothing to do with the Bill of Rights. -- Meg Cabot
What is generally termed reality is, to be precise, a frothy nothing. -- Hugo Ball
If flurries be the food of quests, snow on. -- Ian Doescher
Nonsense, when earnest, is impressive, and sometimes takes you in. If you are in a hurry, you occasionally mistake it for sense. -- Benjamin Disraeli
Want more fizz in your life?
Shake things up. -- Gina Greenlee
When fully fluffed they looked like oversized wads of dryer lint with six little paws and two big, innocent blue eyes. -- Jayne Castle
I'm one of those people who was taught not to ruffle any feathers. Of course, I have no problem ruffling feathers. -- Anne Heche
That's usually how they start, the young ones. Meaningless waffle. -- Jonathan Stroud
A prettiness mummified by years of chalk dust. -- Richard Eder
My own idea is that these things are as piffle before the wind. -- Daisy Ashford
a confused heap of mingle-mangle"). -- James Gleick
Clutter is knowing all of the things that you absorb through your fashion magazines. Clutter is knowing which celebrities broke up with whom and why. -- Emily Giffin
Clutter is my natural habitat. -- Maggie Stiefvater
WORTHLESS, USELESS -- Claire Legrand
I am made of feathers, of bubble soap, of wind and dandelion seeds. -- Charlie N. Holmberg
Clutter is evidence of excess. -- Cristin Frank
No plan,' I sighed. The paper bird had flown away without my noticing, and I wondered briefly where it had gone. 'I need faith, Light, and friendship, apparently.'
Pixie dust. Don't forget that. It's very important.
'Shut up,' I said, scratching him behind the ear. -- Mirriam Neal
A moment later Jonathan's body wavered in the air, shimmering, and began to go transparent. Don't let them spread silly rumors about me, or make me a god. O.K., Fletch? I'm a seagull. I like to fly, maybe ... -- Richard Bach
I quite like looking mucky; it's quite nice not having to care about how you look. -- Gwendoline Christie
What's a miffin?"
"Trippy muffin. -- Abigail Roux
I remain someone of little consequence, as if nothing more than dandelion fluff caught on a breeze. -- Kelly Moran
Language is froth on the surface of thought. -- John Mccarthy
It is, of course, a trifle, but there is nothing so important as trifles. -- Arthur Conan Doyle
It's as if the whole world was fire and crystal and aquiver
with some sort of cotton wrappers thrown over it."
"Dust sheets," said Marjorie. "I know. -- H.g.wells
Whatever it is, it's better in the wind. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
The superhighway of celebrity and showmanship is filled with debris. -- Douglas Brinkley
Nothing is more pleasant than to baffle people. The -- Tristan Tzara
If have got my spindle and my distaff ready
my pen and mind
never doubting for an instant that God will send me flax. -- J.g. Holland
What is matter? Never mind. -- Bertrand Russell
First of all, don't mix your hairpins up with mine! You ... Oh! All right, mix your muck with mine. Mix it! Mix your rags with my tatters! Mix it all up ... -- Jean Genet
Hope is the thing with feathers -- Emily Dickinson
The dust of controversy is merely the falsehood flying off. -- Thomas Carlyle
Frivolity, under whatever form it appears, deprives attention of its power, thought of its originality, and sentiment of its depth. -- Madame De Stael
in nonsense is strength -- Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
His hair is like feathers. -- Markus Zusak
All that a spectator gets out of the game is fresh air, the comical articles in his program, the sight of twenty-two young men rushing about in mysterious formations, and whatever he brought in his flask. -- Robert Benchley
A glimpse, a little piece of their story, flapping like ribbon in the wind. -- Karen Foxlee
In the updraft, the particulate glitz is beside itself. -- Rae Armantrout
How do you know nonsense isn't a good thing? if human nonsense had been nurtured and developed for centuries, just as intelligence has, then perhaps something extraordinarily previous could have come from it. -- Yevgeny Zamyatin
The frivolous work of polished idleness. -- James Mackintosh
When you're as plain as I am, you've gotta have a gimmick. -- Ralph Hall
Boff," Agent Brent said. "I didn't know people used that word anymore." "You young whippersnappers just don't know a good piece of slang when you hear it, -- Laurell K. Hamilton
And we'll call you ... hmmm. Pudge."
"Pudge," the Colonel said. "Because you're skinny. It's called irony, Pudge. Heard of it? Now, let's go get some cigarettes and start this year off right. -- John Green
The more sparingly we make use of nonsense, the better. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge
It's okay to be absurd, ridiculous, and downright irrational at times; silliness is sweet syrup that helps us swallow the bitter pills of life. -- Richelle E. Goodrich
Why are you so weird?" "Because my weird has to be able to cancel out your weird, Lady Cross-stitch." "At least what I do is considered an art form," Chubs said. "Yes, in ye olde medieval Europe you would've been quite the catch - -- Alexandra Bracken
It is the horrible texture of a fabric that should be woven of ships' cables and hawsers. A Polar wind blows through it, and birds of prey hover over it. -- Herman Melville
Did it?" said Harry in surprise. "Sounded like a load of waffle to me." "There was some important stuff hidden in the waffle," said Hermione grimly. -- J.k. Rowling
The conceptions of idle talk, of superfluities, and of vain ostentation, all designations of an irrational attitude without objective purpose, thus -- Max Weber
windup train that made a lot of noise. Every time it bumped into something it turned around and went the other way. Fudge liked it a lot. He likes anything that's noisy. -- Judy Blume
This is just the sort of nonsense up with which I will not put. -- Winston S. Churchill
The world is a dynamic mess of jiggling things -- Richard P. Feynman
Happy! Of all the nonsense. -- Ray Bradbury
Finch picked up one of the ancient fax-mags and brought it over to me.
"I don't need anything to read," I said. "I'll just sit here and eavesdrop along with you."
"I thought you might sit on the mag," he said. "It's extremely difficult to get soot out of chintz. -- Connie Willis
Crap on a stick. -- Cameo Renae
For me, wigs and hairpieces are an everyday part of my life. One day I can wear what I like to call my 'Back to you, Barbara' look - professional and full of layers - and the next day you may see me in my 'Bubblin' Brown Sugar' look - curly, fun and bubbly. -- Sherri Shepherd
The ribbons! The wrappings! The tags! And the tinsel! The trimmings! The trappings! -- Dr. Seuss
Ben: You're gonna get arrested.
Lindsey Meeks: You can't sell your tickets!
Ben: That's why you ran across the whole field? ... Wait, you've got to tell me - was it spongy? -- Jimmy Fallon
Winds with little fishhooks at the end of every gust. -- Cassandra Clare
Nonsense is an assertion of man's spiritual freedom in spite of all the oppressions of circumstance. -- Aldous Huxley
I wonder what spendthrift chose to spill
Such a bright gold under my windowsill!
Is it fair gold? Does it glitter still?
Bless me! It's a daffodil! -- Celia Thaxter
Clutter is the official language used by corporations to hide their mistakes. -- William Zinsser
Perhaps dandruff is the excreta of the mind - the quantity of this material being directly proportional to the amount of reading one indulges in. A book on German metaphysics would thus easily ruin a dress suit. -- Thomas A. Edison
Why am I covered in feathers -- Stephenie Meyer
Dirt has been shrewdly termed misplaced material. -- Victor Hugo
Nonsense. Balderdash. Figgldygrak. Isn't it odd that gibberish words are often the sounds of other words, cut up and dismembered, then stitched into something like them - yet wholly unlike them at the same time? -- Brandon Sanderson
Fashion makes the fur fly. -- Margaret Fishback
Ahh! Lady Pillows. So much fluffier than mine." He took a giant whiff. "Why does everything girlie smell so delightful?" "Because we acknowledge the importance of basic hygiene. And periodically clean our bathrooms." "Brilliant. I should write that down. After all, it takes a village. -- Kathy Reichs
Flustered to the point of incompetence. A temporary state of inexactitude and sloppiness that is elicited by another person's nagging. -- Howard Rheingold
Gold wrapped old crap. -- Toba Beta
Nonsense is so good only because common sense is so limited. -- George Santayana
What is nonsense, and what is not, then, may be merely a matter of perspective. -- Gary Zukav
He was clad in stylish pale linen and had a squashy packet of Gallic fags jutting from his breast pocket. -- Barbara Trapido
Fashion is silly. Perhaps I should say fashion in general is silly. But then everything is, in general. If you talk about music in general, it's silly; about magazines, in general, they're silly. -- Ann Demeulemeester
Behind innocence there gathers a clotted mass of superstition, of twisted and misdirected impulse; clandestine flirtation, fads, and ragtime fill the unventilated mind. -- Walter Lippmann
The best things beyond their measure cloy. -- Homer
Here," he said,holding out a dark mink coat. "Thought you might be cold."
"Where did you-"
"I yoinked it off a broad coming home from the market back there.Don't worry,she had enough natural padding already."
"Hey,you needed it!" He shrugged. "Wear it in good health. -- Lauren Kate
To appreciate nonsense requires a serious interest in life. -- Gelett Burgess
Flurries early, pristine and pearly. Winter's come calling! Can we endure so premature a falling? Some may find this trend distressing- others bend to say a blessing over sage and onion dressing. -- Old Farmer's Almanac
I like two types of dust: pixie dust and dust from old, first edition books. -- Nicholaa Spencer
It has always seemed to me that my existence consisted purely and exclusively of nothing but the most outrageous nonsense. -- Thomas Ligotti
Feathers!" spluttered Sargatanas. "Feathers are for the birds, my boy. Flaking, peeling, scale-ridden wings, now that's what real beings wear. I'll tell you a secret." He said, and drew me closer. "The eternal pain at having known Paradise and lost it is priceless. I wouldn't swap it for anything. -- George Pendle
It is not nonsense and nobody asked you; you aren't competent to have an opinion about it. -- Robert A. Heinlein
The Cure: A new dimension of the word 'crap'. -- Steven Morrissey
(Shoddiness is) the nature of human life. It takes an exertion to be indifferent to these things, but it's an exertion worth making. Also, it allows you luxuries like scorn and flippancy. -- Thomas M. Disch
The word 'bollocks' is one of the most beautiful and flexible in the English language. It can be used to express emotional states ranging from ecstatic surprise to weary resignation in the face of inevitable disaster. And -- Ben Aaronovitch
Matter is meaning, in whatever form it takes. -- Nathan Coppedge
Nonsense and beauty have close connections. -- E. M. Forster
There's 5 levels of fatness! Fluffy is one of the levels. There's big, healthy, husky, fluffy and damn. -- Gabriel Iglesias
That's what they tell you noise is, random energy, chaotic energy . . . It's the stuff that's not data, that's not information, that's not REAL. A thing that's what it's NOT and not what it IS. Noise is chaos. But chaos is continuity. . . . There are stories in the noise. -- James W. Blinn
A flutist who is moved to tears by his own performance will soon make the listeners laugh because of the sounds that he produces. -- Franz Grillparzer
Dust Glitter Rain -- Jenny Downham
Vanity and superficiality, placed deliberately on display, can be a burden; take this nonsense overboard. -- Kristian Goldmund Aumann
What scrunched under our overshoes as we trudged through the stubble of the grainfield was the nasty mix of moistureless snow and windblown dirt that we called snirt. -- Ivan Doig
Matter. noun: what we're made of; the very stuff of the universe. verb: to command your contribution to the substance composing everything; to be. -- Laurie Perez