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Definition - A term used to describe someone with a lot of money or when someone spends large amounts of money. Uncle Money Pockets can be used for a person of either gender.

Origin -The term Uncle Money Pockets comes from the rich old man in Monopoly with the sweet mustache, top hat and pimp cane named Uncle Pennybags.

Alternate Uses - Uncle Money Pockets can be adjusted to fit the age and status of the person (see below examples)
1. Guy 1 - "My brother just got promoted and bought a porsche.
Guy 2 - "Damn he sounds like Uncle Money Pockets"

2. 12 year old girl - "I saved $100 off my $10/weekly allowance, I feel like such an Uncle Money Pockets."

3. Guy - "Bill Gates makes so much money, he's Uncle Money Pockets"

4. Homeless Guy 1 - "I just spent $50 on crack!"
Homeless Guy 2 - " Look at this Uncle Money Pockets!"
Homeless Guy 3 - "*shank*"
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1. Money that is in one's pocket and available for discretionary spending.

2. An excuse used in place of the real reason for a decision.
Guy1: Are you going to take your wife to the show?
Guy2: No, I already spent my pocket money on my girlfriend.

HR: Should we go ahead and hire that consultant?
Boss: No. He likes moonlighting for the pocket money.
by Crusty Old Man April 29, 2011
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When you find money in your pocket that you were unaware you had
I bought this cheeseburger with pocket money.
by jp33 January 29, 2014
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An inordinate amount of cash carried in the front pocket to buy whatever you want. Money made outside of your job/profession that is dispensable.
“Memfy, you got any front pocket money? I’m trying to score some Mexican street Molly off this guy.”
by droe1021 March 19, 2019
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Word used by Rapper Ca_NeKT meaning Never Broke, Getting Money, or Stacks on Deck
Yall some broke ass bitch's man. Money Stay in Pocket with me.
by CaNeKT July 19, 2009
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Used after being praised for doing a good job. A not so subtle way of hinting at a raise. It is usually said after a person has become intoxicated and they may regret saying it afterwards, especially if used multiple times.
Boss: Vic, you've been doing good work recently.
Vic: Put the money in my pocket.
Boss: I'm happy that you got the last project done on time.
Vic: Put the money in my pocket.
(Boss shakes head and walks away)
by A Jamoke May 26, 2010
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something that we used to use carelessly as kids
my mom gave me my monthly pocket money
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