Poose

What is Poose?


1.

Vagina. Shortened version of pussy.

Hey, want some poose?

See Amy

2.

POOSE (n.) "Pewse"

Colloquial Scots term for 'cat'.

"Cam tey grips, ye wee raj - yer poose has shat ayl awaer ma livin' rhume!"

From "McCatSpotting" by Irwin Scots.

See cat, pussy, moggie, moggy, feline

3.

a male friend who gets female tendencies such as whining, mood swings, easily irritated, etc...

"bro, its not a big deal. stop being such a poose....

See pussy, fag, bitch, anus, cock boy

4.

A term coined in New Zealand meaning a very large cat. That is, a "puss the size of a moose".

May be used in reference to a large person who is the size of a moose but acts like a common household cat.

"Dude, where's your poose?"

"Where's my poose dude?"

"Oooooch, I am a poose, it's true." (said while scratching furniture or padding down bed.)

See poose, puse, puss, cat, moose

5.

when somebody consistently backs out of getting wasted, giving various excuses

me: Yo dude, lets go get wasted....

dc: nah i gotta chill with my gf

me: dude your a fucking poose

me: dude hows that dip treating you?

dc2: (pukes in 8 oz cup)

me: WHAT A POOSE!

See poose, dip, beer bong, utter

6.

A sweet cat or kitten, the pick of the litter!

Man, that cat is such a <i> poose</i>!

Aww, what a nice kitty, she's a total <i>poose</i> cat!

See poose, pooze, poozie, poosie

7.

Do the poose, means to run away, or get out of somewhere as quickly as possible.

Can also be used to describe someone in a negative light eg someone moaning, complaining or wimping out.

"Shit we've been spotted"

"quick, do the poose"

-

"i can't be bothered, lets go home"

"stop being a poose"

See poose, run away, wimp, JPM


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