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Definition funny of Rufty:
Keen to do something or to go somewhere, excited. originated in Tamarama by a renound group of profesional bodyboarders especially that of a young hoon named Phin. etc.
"I'm rufty for chocolate cake tonight" "Cant wait to go away im gettin rufty" " man o' man im super dooper rufty to go out"
A synonym for dirty or sexual usually used in the context of dancing or grinding
Suzie was all over Tom in the back of the room, they were really getting Rufty.
Songs about Rufty:
Dances for Two Couples: Rufty Tufty / Heart's Ease / Argeers by Sally Logemann The New York Renaissance Band from the Album Country Capers: Music from Playford's The English Dancing Master
English Country Dances: Rufty Tufty by Musica Pacifica from the Album Dancing in the Isles
Rufty Tufty by The Waits of Southwark Renaissance Band from the Album Silence Is Deadly
Bobbing Joe / Cuckolds all in a Row/ Rufty Tufty by Hesperus Early Music Ensemble from the Album An Early American Quilt
Cuckolds All In A Row - Rufty Tufty - Parson's Farewell (The Dancing Master, John Playford 1651) by Hesperus from the Album Early American Roots
The English Dancing Master: Rufty Tufty by The Broadside Band & Jeremy Barlow from the Album Arbeau & Playford: Danses Populaires Françaises
Danze Rinascimentali Inglesi: I. Rufty Tufty by Brass Collection from the Album Silenzio...gli Ottoni!
Books about Rufty:
Rufty Tuftys Island by Ruth Ainsworth and D. G. Valentine (Dec 1, 1960)
Rufty Tufty the Golliwog. Signed by Ruth Ainsworth (Jan 1, 1957)
Rufty Tufty Runs Away by Ruth Ainsworth and Dorothy Craigie (1970)
Rufty Tufty Flies High by Ruth Ainsworth and D. G. Valentine (1959)
Rufty Tufty and Hattie by Ruth Ainsworth (Dec 1, 1962)
Rufty Tufty Makes a House by Ruth Ainsworth (1965)
Twelve Folk Hymns. From the old shape note hymnbooks and from oral tradition. Edited by J. Powell. The Harmonizations... by John Powell (1934)