A nonsensical exclamitory used in many cartoons, in many situations. Dextor's Lab shows "->poit<-" when Dextor teleports. Another randon cartoon showed ->poit<- when someone got slapped.
Brain: "Poit... What is poit? Do you mind telling me that?"
Pinky: "Well... it's a lot like 'Narf or Zort..."
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The black spots on the pavement caused by dried up, squished pieces of gum
There are so many poits on the ground here, someone get the pressure washer
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An all-purpose word, usually used to avoid answering a question.
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A poit is someone who writes poetry, but is not famous.
Jill: My favorite fake poet is this kid sam I know.
Henry: Oh, do you mean poit?
Jill: Yeah, that!
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"poit" was used in many cartoons in the 70's for Mad Magazine by the famed cartoonist, Don Martin.
Whenever Don Martin drew a cartoon of a woman with large breasts he would draw one of the breasts popping out of a tight dress with the sound balloon "POIT" making the noise of the breast being released from the dress.
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An expression used to end a rhetorical question. First used in a popular animated
program appearing on television in the middle 1990's.
Gee Brain, isn't that what we do every night? Poit!
by Pinky November 16, 2004
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