The "baby batter" section at the end is completely new to me. Should this stay? 220.127.116.11 (Spaz Kitty on another computer)
- I've never heard of it, though I must admit I don't go looking. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 03:33, 23 July 2006 (UTC)
I would lean toward a more developed theory on "yiff", much as is stated at Everything2 (note that these three articles are pretty much my only outside source of info, and any other ideas I may state are just my own logic). It's pretty simple, but not as simple as the only thing that gets mentioned on this wiki article. You see, "yiff", I think, wasn't a sound that real foxes make, but it was something you were likely to say if you spoke Foxese. It was just a general expression of having a very agreeable feeling. Yiff could be used to literally mean "Yes!", for example. One can just imagine then, how roleplayers would eventually take this fun word and stretch it to express those certain kinds of excitement for which "yiff" is now so widely known (especially when they get tired of that silly "yipp" word).
So once upon a time, "yiffy" could've just meant happy. Coincidentially, so could "gay".... --Al Fox 01:29, 23 September 2006 (UTC)