A term used by Dominic Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) in the movie Fast and Furious 4.
Used when referring to a pansy boy and/or mortal enemy.
Originating from the word 'pussy' (used to describe a womans vagina/vajayjay) the term 'pusseyh' is pronounced with a deep manly voice and a drawl, an emphasis placed on 'eyh' : Puss-eeyhh.
(Note that the word should never be pronounced in a feminine or light/girly tone. Even if the speakers voice is naturally that way, they must lower their tone when pronouncing the word, the same way Vin Diesel does in the movie. NEVER use this word if you can't speak in a rough, manly voice.")
- For further assistance, refer to the last ten minutes of the movie, when the word was best used.
Example One :
Larry stands in front of a brick wall.
Bob drives at 100 mph and rams into Larry.
Bob says, "Pusseyh."
Example Two :
Joe : Hey! How are you?
Sally : Pusseyh.
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