Pronunciation: wong FOO
past tense: wong fooed
taken from the film "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar"
the act of temporarily turning a dreary, nearly uninhabitable room (hotel, motel, etc) into a place worthy to stay by the use of fabrics (normally brightly coloured), appropriate furniture placement, pictures, etc.
This is exemplified approximately 45 minutes into the movie.
"Imagine our surprise when we got to the hotel room and it was actually very nice inside. We didn't even have to WONG FOO it!"
It's similar to a Dutch oven, where someone farts and pulls the covers over your head ... Except you inflict it upon yourself.
She said it didn't smell that bad ... peeked under the covers and gave herself a Polish oven.