1.1 The history of pooned
1.2 The evolution of pooned
2.0 Useage of pooned
Welcome to the Pooned F.A.Q. the aim of this F.A.Q. is to educate and inform people who know nothing of the greatness that is pooned (this could be someone you know, maybe even yourself!) but also clear up any misconceptions or confusion the reader might have.
:The History of Pooned:
This like any other story worth telling is set in a university. Yet this one involves no road trip of large proportions or mildly amusing one liners about someones mother. To make my life easier it will be translated into faux IRC logs.
Fluffball: You know like owned.
Roobar: lol bestest!
(This is not an accurate recreation of the birth of pooned however it is better than the recreations that Unsolved mysteries would have made.)
From this day onward the word pooned slowly grew in popularity even spilling over into everyday conversations about the arts, the weather and astrophysics.
:The Evolution of Pooned:
Pooned bacame so popular that it required its own slang term. So Pooned was given a little brother/sister (it depends on the day), pooneded. Pooneded was lacking in the syntactical corectness more than pooned ...
"he was using a noob combo"
Pooned is derived from the two words "pwned" (which is synonymous to "owned"; started in the online gaming community) and "poon" (which is a modern-day slang term for a woman's vagina).
Pooned can have a number of different meanings. The most obvious definition would be derived from combining the meanings of the two source words together - hence meaning, to be beaten or owned by a girl or a woman. The word is also less commonly used to refer to a male who is "pussy whipped".
A common application would be during Internet gaming, when a player announces herself to be female (upon which about 50% of the other male players in the server will commence to hit on her), and then commences to beat a male opponent. Everyone else in the same game server will then commence to type out "pooned!" (rather than "pwned") in an effort to ridicule the unfortunate player. Other common applications would include sports.
Something interesting to note is the fequencey in which this word is mistaken for the word "pwned", especially in spoken language. Such a mistake could lead to very long awkward silences in group conversations (especially when...