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Popcrack

Popcorn =It smells like popcorn. Or, as we usually say, popcrack. Etymology : Blend, popcorn and crack. [New word formation by compounding; formed from 'popcorn' x 'crack'.] =Sid Rich More…

popo

slang term for a police officer Presumed reason for coinage sounds childish, maybe ignorant and by calling policemen that the teens feel some kind of power- or it could have just been More…

popo

Slang for policeman reason used: This is slang for “police.” It was used because it is a novel way of talking about something very mundane, and it sounds like baby-talk, which More…

popo (1)

(clipping and repetition) Police. This term is often used by younger generations to refer to the police. It is typically used in less serious situations as an insult or a joke. Etymology More…

popo (2)

police officer =“Hey man, hide that stuff, the popo are at the front door!” Etymology : California late 80’s. police officers that patrol certain beaches on bikes who wore a vest that More…

popo23

(police) police or authoritative force Clipping/creative variation of “police” from policy in the 1530’s; from Middle French police (late 15c.), from Latin politia "civil More…

Poppiest

The most pop-culture oriented of a category of goods. reason used: The term 'pop' has come to refer to a particular variety of highly produced yet under thought out music that is massively More…

Poppin'

(Novel Creation) cool, fascinating =This word is used by my friends from Emory University. Popping once referred to the action of being popped or the dance move. Then popping was clipped More…

popping

fun or exciting =Something that is popping is a fun experience, with a lot of excitement. Dances, parties, and get togethers cna be popping, especially because people can have good fun in More…

Pork-stop

1) A gaudy, overdone highway rest stop (e.g. wireless internet, electronic charging, etc.) 2) A rest stop resembling something that could have been paid for by pork-money A gaudy highway More…

porkchopping

Preparing porkchops, as for a meal. Rather than making the effort to use the phrase, “preparing porkchops,” a simple verb is formed by adding an inflection to the word More…

porking

The act of having vigorous sexual intercourse. The writer was seeking a comedic way to describe the act of having sex, and the image of pigs being dirty might have been a metaphor for the More…

Porkly

(Creative Respelling) It describes something whose texture is located in the liminal state between those of prickly and stubbly; it is most often used in relation to body or facial hair that More…

porkly

The quality of having small prickles, especially in the case of stubble. =This word appears to be used to describe with slightly greater specificity a texture somewhere between prickly and More…

pornfolio

Private collection of pornography, adult movie or nude pictures in one’s computer file. Blending of the word, ‘pornography’ and ‘portfolio’. Since both words start with ‘por’ pornfoli can More…

pornstache

Facial hair on a man that makes him look like the star of a bad porno. Also, it makes the man look like a huge creeper. Usually a handlebar moustache, though the facial hair in question can More…

POS

Something that is worthless or of very poor quality. 'Shit' refers to defecation. It is usually not considered a very pleasant thing and hence, is often used derogatively to describe More…

Pos

[acronym for "piece of shit"]; Something that is bad, unpleasant, or objectionable This term allows one to concisely describe something is a negative way with just one syllable. This term More…

poser

exclusively male: a charlatan; one who acts or behaves in such a way as to foster a false personal image; a pretentious man Type of Formation: compound derivation (pos [put/place] + er More…

poser (1)

(creative misspelling) A person who tries very hard to be something they are not, to the point that they are deluding themselves about their popularity, skills, and general likability. They More…


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