Past tense of poo. I pood.
I pood my pants. When I pood, it smelled like poo.
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A Russian unit of weight. Equivalent to about 36 pounds avoirdupois.
Dave could stand to lose a few pood.
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When you receive a piece of feces unexpectedly. This occurs most often by mail.
1. You get a package in the mail, open it, and it is a piece of poop. You've been poo'd.
2. You open your sock drawer and there is a turd on top of your beloved tube socks. You've been poo'd.
3. You get up to go to the bathroom and when you come back, someone has put a piece of dookie in your beer. You've been poo'd.
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Short for pet name poodle.
Usually used in a caring or loving way for a boy.

Also can be used as the opposite to describe anything that needs a funny/taboo name that is safe around bosses, old people, family, and in public.
Positive "Hey pood, what's goin' on."


negative "so yesterday I talked to that pood, (name of person), he is such a... pood"
by pandajoi January 18, 2005
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A substitution for verbs, adjectives, and nouns to keep discussions appropriate and on the down low.
Our boss is such a pood.

Pood you.

What the pood.

Stop being so pood.

There is pood on my sandwhich.
by Miss A! April 13, 2011
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