Also used in conjunction with the words "My little" to form the phrase My Little Pony. A "Pony" or "My Little Pony" is usually reminiscent of a frail, white trash child, covered in spaghetti sauce and dirt stains, with floppy, greasy hair, resembling the toy "My little Pony" which was left out in the backyard all winter long.
Look at the trail of Pony's walking into Wal-Mart.
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
ARE ASLEEP; POST PONIES
SO MUCH PONY
2. The ancestors of most modern ponies developed small stature due to living on the margins of livable horse habitat. - Wikipedia
"Modern Warfare 3
cost me two ponies!"
Canadian slang for an Umbrella which only 'posh urbanites' tend to use.
It was raining, and I was afraid of my hair getting ruined, so I brought my pony to the party.
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."