|1.||Grand Pearl Pooh-bah|
After completing a Grand Pearl Pooh-bah in Hexic for the xbox360 you then have sex with 50 girls in 2 minutes, only sticking your dick in 49 of them. On the 50th you cum on her face while yelling "Grand Pearl Pooh-bah bitch!". Similar to the Sassafrass method (see Sassafrass).
The only way that geek Peter will ever have sex is if he completes a Grand Pearl Pooh-bah.
also see luv puff, pooh bah, and puff buddy
You are my PB, pooh bear, luv puff, pooh bah, puff buddy!!!
term of endearment
also see PB , pooh bear, puff buddy, pooh bah
you are my pooh bear, luv puff, puff buddy, pooh bah, PB!
|4.||Grand Poo Bah|
A Grand Poo Bah is any overbearing and pompous authority, often claiming numerous titles, roles or distinctions and frequently overplaying their hand. An overstuffed shirt. Someone who expects others to lick up to them for nothing. From a character in the 1885 Gilbert and Sullivan operetta The Mikado. Not to be confused with the Grand Pooh Bear, who is someone else again.
There's Larry again, trying to tell everyone what to do and swanning around like he's the Grand Poo Bah.
|5.||go 678 on your ass|
A technique used on Internet bulletin boards/forums. The technique is compromised of posting large amounts of news stories to the forum in question. The objective is to climb the number-of-postings hierarchies in a short amount of time.
Coined on the anarchist forum "Flag" by "Yuda" to describe the ingenious albeit well-meant tactics used by "anarchist678" to climb to the esteemed position of "old hand" in the Flag number-of-posts hierarchy in a short amount of time.
I'll go 678 on your ass and become a Pooh-Bah overnight.
The Mikado is an operetta which was written by Gilbert and Sullivan and first performed in 1885.more...
The operetta is highly comedic, satirical depiction of life in the Japanese town of Titipu. While the plot appears to be poking fun at Japanese tradition, it is actually a cleverly disguised parody of British politics. The plot follows Nanki-Poo, the son of Japan's lordlike Mikado, in his attempts to woo the fair Yum-Yum away from her fiance Ko-Ko, whilst avoiding the affections of his own betrothed, the elderly Katisha.
The male roles in the Mikado are:
-The Mikado (bass)
-Nanki-Poo, his son (tenor)
-Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner (baritone)
-Pooh-Bah, the Lord High Everything Else (baritone)
-Pish-Tush, a nobleman (baritone or bass)
The female roles in the Mikado are:
-Yum-Yum, Ko-Ko's betrothed (soprano)
-Peep-Bo, a ward of Ko-Ko (soprano)
-Pitti-Sing, her sister (mezzo-soprano)
-Katisha, a noblewoman (contralto
Pitti-Sing is a character in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, The Mikado. She is the sister of Yum-Yum and Peep-Bo, and the ward of Ko-Ko. She, Ko-Ko and Pooh-Bah are falsely blamed for the execution of Nanki-Poo, and the trio is condemned to death. However, they are able to prove their innocence at the last possible moment, and Katisha arranges for them to be pardoned.
The role of Pitti-Sing is usually sung by a mezzo-soprano, but an alto could also play the role. She doesn't have any proper solos, but she sings a stanza by herself in "The Criminal Cried," and leads the chorus in "Braid the Raven Hair" and "For He's Going to Marry Yum-Yum."
Pitti-Sing may not be a major role in The Mikado, but she is still vital to the plot.