1. Adj. Weak; lame; pussy; pathetic; stupid; retarded, idiot, dumb-ass comical in its sheer idiocy or feebleness. Subpar;
2. A really lame object/person or action
3. With gamers, it usually refers to the lame actions or ineffective gameplay referring to the awkwardness of their movements or lack of coordination while playing and thus getting owned.
4. Used when frustrated as well when the pony is the source of the frustration
1."Man that guy was a total pony"
2."What a pony ass nigga"
3. "That movie was totally pony"
4. "That team was a bunch of ponies."
5. "They all played like a bunch of ponies"
6. "I havent seen so many ponies since a horse show"
7. "Man pony"
8. "Dammit why did you have to act like/ be such a pony. "
Twenty five pounds. Usually used in london.
Cost me a pony
Yo, you got a pony
Cockney rhyming slang; "pony-and-trap" - crap
omg that clan were so damn pony
a little horse
well its a horse...and its REALLY little.
cockney money slang 25 pounds sterling
cockney rhyming slang 'pony and trap' - crap.
I bought this for a pony but it was pony
A member of the equine family that measures up to 14.3hh. No taller. Anything above 14.3hh is classes as a hack, park hack etc.
Novice pony ring at an ODE etc,
"Daddy, I want another pony."
someone you can "ride" all night long
you're a pony
let's do it
ride my pony
my saddle's waiting...
Traditional Nickname in the Royal Navy & Royal Marines given to anyone with the surname MOORE after
George Washington "Pony" Moore (1820-1909)
'Pony' Moore ran the Magpie Music Hall (Battersea) and later formed the Moore and Burgess Minstrels (an offshoot of the Christy Minstrels and very famous in the mid-19th century) He was the father of 'Charlie' Mitchell - Heavyweight boxer and the greatest Barroom fighter of the 19th Century.
Pony Moore was a well known sporting character who allegedly always bet in "ponies" (betting slang for a sum of £25).
"Does Pony want anything from the NAAFI? He's on Dog Watch tonight so could probably do with a bit of Nutty"