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post #1156 of 1818
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Originally Posted by ruben View Post
I'm interested to see how you'd look with your arms raised, not fully, but halfway between straight out and at your sides.

In contrast to Ruben, I would like to see you with your arms fully raised, in a gesture of surrender.

An animated GIF or even a YouTube of you flapping your arms would also be appreciated...not by me, but by others.


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post #1157 of 1818
Is foofing an act, or a state of mind?
post #1158 of 1818
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Originally Posted by robin View Post
Is foofing an act, or a state of mind?

I coined the word "Foof," and as its originator, I can tell you it is both.


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post #1159 of 1818
"foo" is a noun. "foof" is a verb. Whatever the original intentions of the coiner, this is how it has turned out. Neoligism's often play out this way.
post #1160 of 1818
It's neither an act or a state of mind. It's a journey.
post #1161 of 1818
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
"foo" is a noun. "foof" is a verb. Whatever the original intentions of the coiner, this is how it has turned out. Neoligism's often play out this way.

"Foof" started out as a noun, just like "pork," but as you note, it is easily deployed as a verb in contemporary times.

When used as a verb, however, it is not appropropriate to capitalize the "f" unless starting a sentence.


- B
post #1162 of 1818
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
It's neither an act or a state of mind.

You are just about to blow my mind...

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
It's a journey.

...you have just blown my mind.


- B
post #1163 of 1818
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
You are just about to blow my mind...

...you have just blown my mind.

Please PM shipping address for a laminate framed one

post #1164 of 1818
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I coined the word "Foof," and as its originator, I can tell you it is both.
Do you ever wake up in the morning and say to yourself: "It's time to get foofed" or "I'm going to have a fooftastic day"?
post #1165 of 1818
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
^^^ Here's all the Foofs I've done so far:
The sleeves in the foofed version don't even look real, with almost no wrinkling while the arm is bent. Looks ridiculous. There's always going to be a certain rippling when the arms are moved back like that. As for his right arm, in your version it's what the sleeve would have probably looked like anyhow if the arm was held more forward rather than back. This is a case where you've overextended your foofing abilities, foof.
post #1166 of 1818
Please sir, might we have some more?
post #1167 of 1818
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post #1168 of 1818
Not shortening the sleeves?
post #1169 of 1818
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Please PM shipping address for a laminate framed one
- needs more twists
post #1170 of 1818
This suit is from my pre-SF days and worthy of Mafoofan's attention....I am aware that it's a bit too large for me and my existing MTM guy told me it's too long plus the buttoning stance is too low. Well, actually OK considering the overall length of the jacket but the whole length of the jacket makes me look like a "walking jacket".
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