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If we were to submit a formal definition of Fluther to a dictionary, what would it be?

Asked by jcs007 (1776points) August 13th, 2008

Maybe something like:

Fluther noun: a random collection of people providing questions, comments, and concerns to be answered by the same collective.

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flameboi's avatar

Fluther noun: a bunch of people having fun, sharing their wisdom about many, many things…

richardhenry's avatar

Fluther noun: a community powered by Ben Finkel’s hair and AstroChuck’s sense of humour

flameboi's avatar

O.k. richard, you got it!

richardhenry's avatar

Perhaps we should have a footnote:

1. Something to do with answering questions. Or something.

gailcalled's avatar

And what is Andrew? Chopped liver?

redsgirl4eva's avatar

@ jcs I love your definition

richardhenry's avatar

Andrew noun: chopped liver

richardhenry's avatar

2. Andrew has the poo hat.

richardhenry's avatar

Actually… the more I think about it, I realise that Andrew’s hair is the one with more tenacity. Perhaps it’s powered by Andrew’s hair. It’s certainly not Erik’s hair. Erik’s hair is calm, and collected.

Allie's avatar

I can see Rich has put a lot of thought into this.

sndfreQ's avatar

Fluther: [flʌ’ ðər] n. v. tr. see collective

gailcalled's avatar

Ben’s hair comes from an extraordinarily powerful gene pool of Russian, Ukrainian and Lithuanian hair.

richardhenry's avatar

@gailcalled: Ben’s hair it is.

judyprays's avatar

i can testify that erik is almost obscenely well groomed and has regular appointments at a fancy hair salon. i’m less aware of andrew’s routine, but i do know he doesn’t use shampoo – only conditioner.

marinelife's avatar

Fluther noun A warm place in cyberspace in which jelies from all walks of life and places in the world cozy up to bask in the glow of shared wisdom, community and fun.

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