one that pulses, streggas, grasps, and likes paSTa, taSTy tatums, sizzling slices of sirloin steaks and really has no conscious control over their creepily dainty li'l actions.
oh my, there she goes again going all POTSY on us.
An old and less used term for the game Hopscotch
Almost nobody uses the term potsy anymore, now it's called hopscotch.
In the game of hopscotch
, a player employs an object to throw into each successive chalked box he/she is trying to pass through. (Some schoolyards had painted hopscotch lines, a real challenge for smaller, younger players.) That object, his/her token
, is a player's potsy
. In some games potsies required the approval
of all players as some potsies were perceived to give a player an unfair advantages.
Player 1: I'll use my wallet as a potsy.
Player 2: Too flat and heavy. It's too much of a sure thing. Pick something else.
It is the New York term for Hopscotch. It still is in use, certainly by those of a certain age who no longer play the game.
Who has the chalk for the potsy game?
A clean living, gee-whiz feller.
Say, that Bill is quite a Potsy, he wouldn't even smell my finger