Of course, the book market suffers from being saturated by piffle and filth, but has this not always been the case?
Despite the best efforts of the Gowers family, the towers of piffle have continued to climb ever higher.
But she did not intend to write a love story—that was piffle.
I told him very firmly that this was piffle of the most wretched sort.
The chant went a beat to every step, thus: "Cracking—piffle—walnuts—piffle—in a—sort of—piffle—sadness!"
"I don't know anything about that sort of piffle," said his guest, severely.
It's got a perfectly ripping, basic, sex-comedy idea that climaxes the third act; the rest is piffle.
They had the vicar and old frumps in to tea, and she had to listen to their piffle.
His name was Patches, but he answered to piffle and he was a sook and a cuddler.
That's all piffle about Hoky having any confederate except me.
1847, of unknown origin, perhaps an alteration of trifle, by influence of piddle, etc. Or perhaps imitative of a puff of air, with a diminutive suffix. As a noun by 1890.