What did that ad say?

@sallypup (30083)
Moses Lake, Washington
May 28, 2016 12:13am CST
Time for bed. Getting sillier by the second. Okay. A pouf will cost me 59.99. A pea green one at that. I looked twice cause if I were politically incorrect or the D man I would wonder how someone was selling another human being?? Naughty me and maybe sounding a tad bigoted. Did not mean to. The ad did it, you know. Not me. The ad.
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• United States
28 May 16
You totally lost me.
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@sallypup (30083)
• Moses Lake, Washington
28 May 16
@Marcyaz Good to hear from you. Thanks for the honesty. Some not nice folks use poufs as slang for gays.
@sallypup (30083)
• Moses Lake, Washington
28 May 16
@AbbyGreenhill Some folks use pouf as a slang for folks who are gay.
@Marcyaz (35589)
• United States
28 May 16
@sallypup I couldn't make heads or tales of the post so just wanted you to know so you could clarify what you meant. Thanks but that is a new one for gays.
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@Marcyaz (35589)
• United States
28 May 16
I thought a pouf was a big pillow so how did another human being come into this? This post does not make sense to me.
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@sallypup (30083)
• Moses Lake, Washington
28 May 16
@Marcyaz I have heard folks who are not being nice call gay people poufs.
• United States
28 May 16
@sallypup I am glad I wasn't the only one who didn't have a clue what this was about.
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@Marcyaz (35589)
• United States
28 May 16
@sallypup Really I had never heard that term before.
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@LoriAMoore (4693)
• United States
28 May 16
Are you typing in your sleep? I don't understand anything you said.
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@sallypup (30083)
• Moses Lake, Washington
28 May 16
@LoriMoore Love it. Read the other comments, please.
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@Rohvannyn (3115)
• United States
29 May 16
I was totally confused until I remembered the term "poofter."
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@sallypup (30083)
• Moses Lake, Washington
29 May 16
@Rohvannyn Okay little tadpole. Now that you have stretched your brain cells you may carry on.
@paigea (22675)
• Canada
28 May 16
It seems I've heard that term in British TV shows.