Definition of 'soft'.

This is an example I found online.
June 25, 2016 11:48am CST
You know that feeling when you touch something and 'explode inside' because it's just too good to let go? I know they sell cushions with long and puffed strings (how are they made exactly) that will suck your fingers in once you caress them. What a pleasant feeling. That's my definition of 'soft'. Can you think of anything better?
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@amadeo (72889)
• United States
25 Jun 16
yes,hard is better.Soft is not.You get more support from hard pillows Did I say something wrong
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25 Jun 16
Hmm I see :D Now I thought about the back. You have to sleep on hard surfaces to keep your back healthy, right? But it's still nice to relax and forget about your troubles once in a while. I believe the best way to settle this is getting two pillows - one EXTRA hard (one that could withstand the weight of a lorry) for ultimate support and a fluffy one so you have a place where you can put all that POWER and rage you got from the hard one. Looks like a good deal to me. Don't forget emotional balance :)
@atv818 (1988)
• United Arab Emirates
27 Jun 16
I agree with you because I'm one of those afficionadas who goes bonkers when my fingers land on something soft. Love furry materials so I adore cats as well as fluffy blanket and pillows.
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@meowch (1055)
• United States
26 Jun 16
I love your image soft pillows, whenever I go the stores first thing I do is touch pillows that are soft and teddy bears that are soft too it feels good to touch it.
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@acelawrites (12285)
• Philippines
26 Jun 16
That cushion would be so nice to cuddle. It is so soft.
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@MALUSE (43423)
• Uzbekistan
25 Jun 16
A baby's bottom is soft.
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25 Jun 16
The cushions look great and I for one absolutely love the fluffy stuffs!
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Jun 16
Yes ylolod rubber pillow thats soft to me
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