Australian slang; a repository of treasured objects, saying that something is "going straight to the pool room" means that it is worthy of treasuring and preserving. (From the movie "The Castle")
by Merusdraconis February 18, 2006
Somewhere to hang those unforgettable chatroom quotes
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by deepness November 12, 2003
Urban Dictionary Pool Room

A seperate folder one creates in their Email when a quality Urban Dictionary definition arrives in their inbox.
Darryl Kerrigan: This Urban Word of the Day‏ is going straight to the UD Pool Room.
by davo78 June 8, 2009
A catchphrase used to express the great value of a gift, prize or object. It was used in the 1997 film 'The Castle', where the main character Daryl Kerrigan (played by Michael Caton), says to gifts such as 'a samurai-sword letter opener' that this is going straight to the poolroom, implying it's so tremendously amazing. It should be preserved and safeguarded in a secure place, like a trophy.
Matiese's passion for game hunting, sparked interest in Taxidermy. The visualization to preserve a recherche' cadeau would be fine to go straight to the pool room beside the sword collection.
by Proudhunter January 9, 2018