a suggestion that the addressee should come to a lesbian bar
not to be confused with "come to the hood," to suggest coming to a neighborhood or part of town.
Hood-the name of the bar, references a part of the female anatomy, which other females of the persuasion would certainly like to come too (as in also).
“Hey Ellen, Rosie, come to hood!”
Two friends are walking along and see two women. The women are wearing t-shirts with similar sporting events (softball, volleyball, soccer regional champs) proudly displayed on the front and a list of games on the back. The shirt is usually tucked into a pair of long, possibly men's shorts. For shoewear, a pair of sandals or tennis shoes will do, ankle socks are acceptable with either. Possible accessories include: Oakley sunglasses (w/strap), a strange necklace, and a sporty watch. One friend turns to the other and says, "Come to Hood." The friends laugh like idiots. They are probably the only two people who know the meaning
used to describe a person who has to be force or coaxed into doing anything, because that person cannot and will not do it automatically
Heather is a manual person. She never takes the initiative to do anything on her own and whenever we want her to do something with us we have to try very hard to gain her cooperation.