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A shortened Anglicized version of the French phrase à tout à l'heure which means goodbye.
Sean: So I'll see you tomorrow then!
Jane: Sure thing. Toodles!
by learnedcivilperson February 22, 2010
By far the most masculine form of the English from of 'goodbye'. It comes from the French saying "à tout à l'heure" which sounded like 'Toodle-oo', which was further shortened to 'Toodles'. Used by pro-wrestlers, gangsters, and warlords alike, Toodles is an effective word of parting between men of high stature. Uncultured swines often mistake this word for one of an effeminate, dainty vernacular. These imbeciles are idiotic and probably have bad teeth.

Optionally paired with another word of similar rhyme or cadence such as:
-(for Toodle-loo) Pumpkin-Poo
Brad: Alright, see you later man.
Tom: Toodles, Poodle.
Brad: Wow, I'm in utter awe of your brutish masculinity.

*Tom proceeds to conquer Russia while simultaneously making love to the entire cast of Gossip Girl*
by Radical Jack February 22, 2013
To say goodbye to someone, as a short term for toodle-pip.
Have a good weekend Sally, toodle.
by Andy Williams September 20, 2003
Toodles is the Weird floating mouse head on "Mickey Mouse Club House".
It Is also a way of saying "goodbye" to someone.
by TediousCow June 27, 2015
A shortened Anglicized version of the French phrase aurevior which means goodbye.
Toodles Iram, it was nice to see you
by lgzalez April 30, 2016
The French word for goodbye, popularized after being used by Kanye West
Sophie refused to make him breakfast, so he told her toodlé
by B!G S3aNN December 05, 2013
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