The lumps of undissolved chocolate milk powder that remain at teh top or bottom of the glass after the introduction of milk but before drinking
Waiter my chocolate milk ha Poges
The term "poge" (pronounced with a long "o", like "rogue") is used in the military as a general descriptor for someone who's MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) is anything but Infantry. In the Marines an Infantry MOS is preceeded by "03" (i.e. "0311 - Basic Rifleman"). The term is synonomous with REMF
("Rear Echelon MotherFucker"). If your USMC MOS starts with "01" ("Administration") you are considered a big 'ole poge.
It is important to remember that there are different levels of being a poge depending on who you are talking to. Starting at the front line, each echelon considers the folks behind him a poge. Boiled down like this, it becomes glaringly apparent that the only folks who are NOT poges are grunts but non-grunts feel the need to decrease their poge level by pointing fingers at someone who is more of a poge than they are. They have an inner desire to be a door-kicker but that desire didn't run deep enough to actually join the Infantry and they usually make fun of grunts while at the same time trying to be like them.
It is also important to understand that any member of the service will, under diress, admit that the service as a whole could not function at all if it were not for the mighty poge. They are administrators, facilitators and have their fingers in every aspect of the grunt's life with the exception of actually pulling the trigger for him.
a person who pokes around, or does work in a sloth like manner.
your really milking the udders on that one you poge.
noun. A ludicrous or bumbling person; a fool, baffoon; idiot; dolt
1. If he did what he was told, he wouldn't be upsidedown in a muddy ditch, poge.
2. What a poge, how much do you think he'll have to pay to fix it?
A word, In Maine or Boston, that can be used for any noun...
Megan, why you jukin' them poges? (see juke)
Principle of Good Enough. Linux term. Don't over or under estimate; do the task at hand.
Jon was going to work all night, then he remembered the POGE principle.