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    Well, if the quack fits....
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    I just bought some pumpkin spread (made from real pumpkin and cane sugar) at the grocery store and am going to make my kids "fluffer pumpers" this week. My son, by the way, is not at all happy about that.

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    Son has taste!
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    I saw pumpkin spice Thomas English Muffins today. It's really getting ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    "fluffer pumpers"
    Am I the only one who thinks that sounds really dirty?
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    ^I actually looked that up on Urban Dictionary when he posted it and was disappointed to see that it doesn't have another dirty meaning, it's so perfect for it.

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    Oh I think that we can resolve that. We'll make a faux reference to sex, fat fingers, dealbreakers, googling before stella blowjobs, and sign it Wayne Scotting et Whalla! An urban reference is created.
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    Well, fluffer does have a dirty meaning too, doesn't it? Not much of a leap.

    Mo, what on earth are fluffer pumpers? Google doesn't help!

    I've never had pumpkin spice anything and you are making me wonder. Perhaps I should check if the local Starbucks have them.
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    I reallly don't care for donuts or Dunkin Donuts for that matter but J brought home some cheese cake pumpkin donuts from there. I had the munchies so I tried one. I'm addicted now.
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    Dunkin Donuts is the debbil! A new one just opened last month around the corner from work and the whole neighborhood has lost their damn mind over it. It's ok, but damn. It's just a donut shop people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    Well, fluffer does have a dirty meaning too, doesn't it? Not much of a leap.

    Mo, what on earth are fluffer pumpers? Google doesn't help!

    I've never had pumpkin spice anything and you are making me wonder. Perhaps I should check if the local Starbucks have them.
    Yanna, it was a combination of this sweet pumpkin spread and marshmallow fluff. It's basically a variation on fluffer-nutters, which are peanut butter sandwiches that have marshmallow fluff in them. My daughter wanted to call them "puffer flumpers". By the way, the sandwich was a big fail. Not horrible, just weird - like a Christmas sandwich. It was probably the first thing I've ever heard my daughter say was TOO sweet.

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    Bummer! I think I have arshmallow fluff too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brah View Post
    I saw pumpkin spice Thomas English Muffins today. It's really getting ridiculous.

    Yeah but they are DELISHHH! OMG.

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    Add me on the "Doesn't get it at all" column. Tried it in Starbucks and either my barista was so incompetent she forgot the pumpkin spice or it really doesn't taste like anything except kinda like cinnamon. I will have to see if they also carry pumpkin spice muffins to try them too.
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