Poot. Poot is Demi's twin sister who has been locked in a basement her entire life and just now came out, stealing Demi's fame. She is now a very popular meme.
Demi is so annoyed that Poot stole her spotlight.
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Poot is a unrecognized sibling of the world famous Demi Lovato. She came out to the world through Twitter, where she states she was "locked in a basement her whole life," (@OfficialPoot on Twitter). We don't know much about Poot, other than what is stated in her Twitter bio.
"Poot! Clean the dishes before your famous sister gets home!"
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a particularly airy fart; a type of fart that a girl would make.
by Crunkmasta Flex August 11, 2003
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A fart that a girl would make, usually has a cute sound.
Girl: *poot*

Boy: Did you just poot?

Girl: ya

Boy: Unbelievable! that was pretty cute tho..
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Demi Lovatos twin sister who was kept in the basement
"Go feed poot" said mom "No She must not eat" said Demi
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noun (colloquial)

1. a fart or shart when in polite company.

2. (vulgar) a tramp, whore or otherwise undesirable person. {Anglicised form of Spanish 'puta' or 'puto', meaning whore}

3. (familiar) a trusted friend or confidante {from French 'putain', meaning whore}

verb (colloquial)

1. the act of farting or sharting when in polite company {v. form of noun 1 above}

2. (vulgar) the act of exchange sex for money. {v. form of noun 2 above}

3. miscellaneous behaviours, actions and wanderings, to travel without direction {contracted form of pootle}
noun:

1. 'Oh, Lady Hamilton-Gordon, do I detect a hint of the latest Eau-de-Vivre from Chanel about you?'

'Alas, no, Madam Watson-Wentworth, I fear you are smelling my latest poot.'

2. 'I went to M&S to buy a cauliflower, but there were a bunch of old poots standing in front of the vegetable sections for seventy-three minutes, and eventually I caved in and bought a doughnut instead.

3. 'Albert, I bought you a parsnip.'

'Why, Camille, it's just what I wanted. You really are a poot, you know.'

verb:

1. 'Good God, Lord Attlee, what was that noise?'

'Dear me, Viscount Primrose, I do believe I've pooted.'

2. 'While I was in town, I bumped into Roxanne, who was pooting around near the chav estate.'

'Ugh, she's always putting on that red light, that woman.'

3. 'While I was in town, I bumped into Sally, who was just pooting around.'

'Poor girl, she's been lost since that bloke from Oasis left her waiting.'
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