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floopy

adjective; folk etymology
the state of being disengaged from reality for a brief amount of time. Being out of it, unaware, or detached Type of word formation: folk etymology; attached to the word is simply a sense of “out-of-it-ness” that has simply always been there since its creation. Mostly likely contains a connection to “floppy,” which, if used to describe a person at a given moment, might come up with the same meaning. Reason used: To describe the reason why she made a particular mistake that put her friend in an awkward position. Example sentence: You’re only allowed to have floopy days if you are a natural blonde!
 
Source : used by Phoebe on Friends to describe her mood on a particular day
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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