from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An object whose name the speaker or writer cannot remember.
- n. In particular, the remote control for a television.
I wonder if the doofer-neighbor smoking next door on his porch is the source.
Oh, she was pretty much correct, while the rest of you made stabs at it being a doofer for microdermabrasion, a vibrator, razor or even a teeth whitening gadget.
That's not all: if you forgot to bring your old doofer in when you bought new, you can bring it back at a later date - just show a receipt for the new product and they should take the old one off you.