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Definition funny of Tuffin:

urbanThe skin between your toes or your fingers.

urbani got a papercut on my tuffin. ouch!

urbanTit Muffin. The overflow from a woman's bra, (usually out the top but sometimes the side) when her bra is clearly way too small.

urban"Dude, check out that chick's mad tuffin"

urban1. star kicker 2. Donnie of notorious Page criminals Donnie & Clyde 3. see also "lucky pierre"

songs

Songs about Tuffin:

songsIntro: Tuffin by Tuffin from the Album Thoughts [Explicit]

songsTuffin' Up by Eric Champion from the Album Save The World

songsTuffin' Up by Eric Champion from the Album Christian Artists Series: Eric Champion, Vol. 3

songsTuffin' Up by Eric Champion from the Album Party Up: Christian Dance Hits

songsUnderground (PheR's Tuffin up and Jack Rite Mix) by Mr Pher from the Album Underground

books

Books about Tuffin:

booksFoale and Tuffin by Iain R. Webb (Nov 16, 2009)

booksBRITISH DOLLS OF THE 1960S: Foreword by Sally Tuffin by Susan Brewer (Oct 2009)

booksMark Tuffin: staying a step ahead of change.(SALT LAKE AREA): An article from: Utah Business by Tom Haraldsen (Feb 8, 2012)

booksThe Tales of Henry Tuffin - Henry's Christmas by Keith Adams, Geoff Hewitt and Alan Mawson (Nov 29, 2013)

booksThe Tales of Henry Tuffin - The Day the Light Went Out by Keith Adams, Geoff Hewitt and Alan Mawson (Sep 6, 2013)

booksThe Tales of Henry Tuffin - Henry's Sore Foot and a New Arrival by Keith Adams, Geoff Hewitt and Alan Mawson (Oct 28, 2013)

booksThe Tales of Henry Tuffin - Henry Goes to School by Keith Adams, Geoff Hewitt and Alan Mawson (Jul 12, 2013)

wiki

Wiki information Tuffin:

Charles Armand Tuffin, marquis de la Rouerie
Military Person, Person, Deceased Person

Charles Armand Tuffin, marquis de la Rouërie, also known in the United States as "Colonel Armand", was a Breton cavalry officer who served under the American flag during the American War of Independence. He was promoted to brigadier general after the...

Sally Tuffin
Person

Sally Tuffin is a British fashion designer and ceramicist who, with Marion Foale, was half of Foale and Tuffin, the groundbreaking fashion label that was part of the "youthquake" movement in 1960s London.