Belly button fluff: How does it get made?
Tumble-dryer fluff: How come so much of it is there every time you dry clothes?

Every time you dry your clothes
You take a piece of fluff with you


The belly button is the tumble dryer of the… belly?

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Some of my shits are wet

Have you tried shitting into a tumble dryer?

Not my own

You’ve put someone else’s in your dryer??

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Been wondering this a lot lately. Would really like some answers.

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Yeah, are my clothes being eroded away, dry by dry?


My belly button fluff is the colour of whatever new tshirt I’ve been wearing

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  • Yes (big t-shirt)
  • No, the fluff obviously comes from the fabric closest to it.

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the tumbler fluff is probably just all the dust and fibres in the air etc that get on your clothes until they are washed. Bet it’s the same for belly button fluff actually

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Normal bellybutton fluff colour

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Indigo
  • Violet
  • Darkish purple
  • Grey
  • Black
  • White
  • Other (please specify)

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Can’t see the word Fluff without reminiscing about my Primary school days.

Fluff was the name of the local pervert who lived rough and had been arrested on numerous occasions for indecent exposure, and who one day started living in my Primary school’s shed that was attached to our ‘grow your own’ vegetable patch. Remember having an assembly focusing on the issue of Fluff living in the shed, the headmistress telling us not to go near the shed until the Police could coax him out.

Halcyon days…

I have a bit of a thing for belly button fluff.

I literally never get belly button fluff. Not sure why not - my guess is that it’s because my belly button is really narrow so there’s basically nothing to collect fluff.

Yes, essentially.