Buff is boffo

11 Nov

Gotta love the English language (we certainly do.) Many English words have multiple meanings and here’s one that has no less than five


Polishing cars in the altogether


The word “buff” can mean:

1. a brownish-yellow color; tan.
2. To polish or shine.
3. Informal. the bare skin: in the buff.
4. a fan or devotee.
5. Muscular, in good physical shape (slang)

So, a muscular person with a spray-on tan who likes to polish cars in the altogether could be described as a buff buff in the buff buff buff.


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