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How do you use peach fuzz in a sentence?

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Not sure if this is the right category to put this question in, but I wasn't sure where else to ask. I came across the phrase peach fuzz (when two people in a QPR pretend they're dating) today, and I'm very confused as to how to use it in a sentence. Is it "Him and I are peach fuzz" or "Him and I are peach fuzzing" or something else?????? I'm so confused.

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I assume that it would be used in the same way people use the term Beard(? maybe) so that would be along the lines of 

'He is my peach fuzz', 'we are being each other's peach fuzz', 'we are peach fuzz for each other' 

I make the assumption peach fuzz is already a plural, like fish, because peach fuzzs sounds (and looks) wrong

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