Adjective used to describe a person whose shirt pocket has been ripped off in the process of pocketing
. Often, someone who has been pocketed also chooses to engage in the process of pocketing
Michael was pocketed so many times that he no longer has any pockets on his school uniforms.
Michael is now a pocketer
who attempts ensure that others are pocketed because he is jealous of their abundance of pockets.
"Cronk" may be a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, conjunction, preposition, interjection, or article.
The use of "cronk" signifies any word which the speaker wishes to replace or create.
I wish this stupid cronk on my toe would just disappear!
Wow, you really cronked her last night!
Now that's cronkin'.
Noun: A person who engages in the process of pocketing
. A person who has been pocketed
by someone else often chooses to pocket another person in a sort of competition among pocketers who try to steal the most pockets. Pocketers label the pockets which they have stolen and keep them as a sort of trophy.
Jack, Mike, and Kyle are all pocketers trying to steal Neil's pockets.
Jack thinks that he is a better pocketer than Kyle because he has more pockets than Kyle.
Kyle was disappointed after pocketing
Tyler because he was not able to keep the pocket.