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Fluff is a noun for anything light, soft, or fuzzy and may also refer to:


  • Fluff, a character in the Hospital Radio series "The Space Gypsy Adventures"
  • Fluff (fiction), setting or context information pertaining to games and fiction
  • Louise "Fluff" Phillips, a character in the 1937 film Kid Galahad, played by Bette Davis
  • Fluff (seeds), a species in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy computer game



  • Mike Cowan (born 1948), PGA golf caddy, formerly for Tiger Woods
  • Alan Freeman (1927–2006), Australian born British disc jockey and radio personality
  • Joanne Cross (born 1964), a full time mum, married to Desmond Anthony Cross

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