Oh, yes, they're all over the place. Really.
If you're in Britain you might even be lucky enough to see someone who's well chuffed, which means very pleased indeed. A chuff can also mean a fat cheek - and it's probably fat because it's smiling.
I must admit that smiles aren't easy to spot on a Monday morning, though.
In fact it will almost certainly be easier to find another sort of chuff, which means a boor or a sullen fellow.
Hm...that might be the easiest Spot the Frippet ever.
Of course if you're VERY lucky, you might be able to hear a steam engine's chuff-chuff as it steams past.
Surely no one can watch Ivor the Engine without feeling very chuffed indeed.
Word To Use Today: chuff. The word meaning the sound of a steam engine is an imitation of the sound. All the other meanings come from the obsolete word chuff, which means fat cheek.