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Slang term for firearm, gun, pistol
Homeboy got popped with two poles, he was shooting them shits like he was neo in the matrix, hes getting 60 months for each pole
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Adj. Something that is expected to have a long lifespan by virtue of having existed for a long time, based on the lindy effect, named for the New York restaurant Lindy's, coined by Albert Goldman and popularized by Nassim Taleb.
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1. Cylindrical object that is often long and used as a support for a structure
2. A person from Poland
3. An extreme end of an axis
4. Slang for a penis
1. That's a big pole!
2. That's a big pole!
3. That's a big pole!
4. That's a big pole!
by Yor October 30, 2004
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A Pole is a Polish person.
In Polish its Polak (male) Polka (female).
Generally Poles are very very attractive and flirty.
No we are not all pale, blonde haired blue eyed... im brunette with dark brown eyes and tan skin (though living in Australia might have something to do with it)
by Natalie Anna April 26, 2006
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a vertically erect penis
I was standing there naked when she decided to stop using the metal pole for her poledance and backed her ass up on mine.
by Rod X February 14, 2014
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A. A tall, thin cylindrical object usually made of metal or wood. It is either for holding up flags, or dancing.

B. Someone who was born in Poland. The Polish word is actually Polak (males) or Polka (females). The term does not apply to people who have Polak parents, but born in America, like me.
Artur: I shall now randomly dance with this pole!

Wojciech: But we're supposed to take the flag down!

Artur: Who cares about the damn flag? It's a pole!

Wojciech: My eyes! Dx

Artur: Hold on, aren't we Polish? But since we're in America, shouldn't you change your name and I put the h in mine?

Wojciech: I LIKE my name, thank you very much. >> I don't feel like swapping it for one of thost crappy "American" names.
by Courage the Cowardly Dog July 19, 2006
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