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Definition funny of Quiff:
badass haircut from the 50's, worn by guys that would kick your ass anyday. The haircut is pronounced: kwi-ff. A kwee-Fffff is just a pussy fart
Man look at that guy with the quiff. I bet he could kick my ass.
Popularized mostly by 50s Rockabillys, a quiff is basically a forelock that is longer than the rest of one's hair on top, and is usually combed upwards (and back), or to the side, or made to hang over the forehead. Depending on the wearers hair type a spot of gel or grease may be in order. Very stylish & manly. If done properly. The quiff is often worn as a variation or 'evolution' on the very simple (and very manly) crew cut, or with the (longer & back-combed) 'duck's arse' or DA hairstyle. Called a 'banane' in French, for obvious reasons.
A few Famous Quiffs: Elvis Presley Travolta in 'Grease' Morrissey Chris Isaak There's lots more, but has anyone seen the massive quiffs on those Japanese high-school rebel kids (often the heroes of 'shonen manga' (Japanese comics for boys))?? They kick ass!
A hairstlye from the 50's revived by the rockabilly and psychobilly scene. It is not to be confused with queef.
They turn around steal our riffs, Next think you know you see a boy band with quiffs. -The Quakes
A slang term originating in the 1920's, a quiff is a slut or cheap prostitute.
Songs about Quiff:
Frank the Quiff by The Highliners from the Album Gravedigger Stomp
Frankie Got A Quiff by Crazy Cavan & The Rhythm Rockers from the Album Rhythm Rockin' Blues
Man with the Spring Loaded Quiff by Ferdinand's Northern Ferrets from the Album Mildred
Mons Quiff by Buff Medways from the Album 1914
Quiff it Up by Tumblin' Go Go's from the Album Cats 'n Tats
Quiffs Don't Suit Me by Phantom Pregnancies from the Album The Compilation That Could Have Been A Contender
Quiffs n Coffins by Quiffs n Coffins from the Album It Came from the 50's [Explicit]
Wiki information Quiff:
The quiff is a hairstyle that combines the 1950s pompadour hairstyle, the 50s flattop, and sometimes a mohawk. The etymology of the word is uncertain but may derive from the French word "coiffe" which can mean either a hairstyle or, going further...