boofy

boofy

(ˈbʊfɪ)
adj
1. muscular and strong but stupid
2. (of the hair) voluminous
3. puffed out: boofy sleeves.
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On that weekend in April 2015, Boofy Clemo, who runs Boofy's fish and chip shop on the promenade, said he had "never seen anything like it" - he even had to shut up shop early when he ran out of stock.
He has some savings and, after trading in the Cedric, will be better placed to buy, though it rather depends on what salesman Gordon Farkas (Steve Bisley) --a figure of fun in boofy hair, gold neck-chain and white socks visible beneath trousers that hang too short--decides to let it go for.
Big, Boofy Blokes in Frocks: Feminism, Football and Sexuality.
Chip shop owner Boofy Clemo, who has run Boofy's fish and chips shop on the promenade for the past 14 years, said he has "never seen anything like it" and even had to shut up shop early when he ran out of stock.
6 ( ANI ): Carrie Fisher has revealed that she will once again be donning the white gown and boofy wig buns as Princess Leia in the new 'Star Wars' movie.
In broad terms, though, Piano's Aurora Place deserves nothing but exuberant applause, for sailing fearlessly into town, changing the rules, anchoring so prettily next to its boofy colleagues, proving a more-than-worthy successor to the handsome SOB and, above all, raising the bar once again for commercial architecture in this corner of the world.
The villain Dolly Kidd was originally called Boofy Gore, after Arthur 'Boofy' Gore, who in reality was a close friend of the famed author.
While chippy owner Boofy said: "I have never done a wedding before.