Old RAF term meaning a bit of a ladies man
Ginger was a veritable Poodlefaker in his younger days
by David September 30, 2003
Empty social pretentiouness
"He knew the society of those small Burma stations -- a nasty, poodle-faking, horseless riffraff." AND "As for social duties of all descriptions, he called them poodle-faking and ignored them." George Orwell, Burmese Days, 1934; the "he" is an upper-class speaker.
by Roger Brunyate November 05, 2003
An old Raj era Indian Army officer's term for one who flirts with older women to gain influence, or otherwise flirt outrageously with women
Algie was poodlefaking, giving us ample reason to ostracise him from the Mess
by Cobden July 28, 2008
youth too much given to tea-parties and ladies society generally
The term probably stems from the habit of aging high-born ladies and their ladies-in-waiting in the English aristocracy, keeping small dogs and young men around to pass the time, and to amuse themselves, those poodlefaking high-borns!
by karl88 September 01, 2003
to fornicate (in the gerund), fucking (verb only)
We wuz poodlefaking on the sofa when my bad ass little sister barged in.
by Ant July 17, 2003