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  • There, we walked straight into Anthony, a nervous-looking teenager with a chin covered in bum-fluff.

    California Dreaming

  • The 21-year old Spaniard, stern-faced but hesitant beneath his thick thatch of bum-fluff, made a pig's tig of dealing with Basle's first cross.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Crop the bum-fluff off the top there, much better.

    TUMEKE!

  • He's still got bum-fluff, he still gets angry when his toe-curlingly awkward.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • Leonardo DiCaprio plays Roger Ferris, the acceptable face of CIA black ops complete with a bum-fluff beard and pensive frown (suggestive of Growing Doubts).

    Film | guardian.co.uk

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