Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. slang, UK pudding (either sweet or savoury)
- n. slang, US penis.
- n. colloquial The hand; the fist.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Same as pood.
- n. colloq. The hand; the first.
- n. (British) the dessert course of a meal (`pud' is used informally)
- Appears in 1939 in James Joyce; origin probably from the initial meaning of pudding - "sausage", with slang sense of pudding as "penis" dating from 1719. (Wiktionary)
“My Mum told me that “in her day” any leftover Yorkshire pud from the roast was saved for dessert (this probably during post-war rationing), and served with a generous helping of golden syrup.”
“FC was like a dot bomb website where Philip, aka pud, would post a rumor or fact about a certain company that was nearing the end of its ropes.”
“Now old man, let us 'pud' along; it 's getting late for the chicken, he added, relapsing into the graceful diction with which a classical education gifts its fortunate possessor.”
“Well, I didn't spoon any on my "pud" but after trying some in my coffee I read the ingredients.”
“Now old man, let us 'pud' along; it 's getting late for the chicken, "he added, relapsing into the graceful diction with which a classical education gifts its fortunate possessor.”
“Stay safe, my friends, and watch out for sixpences in the plum pud.”
“If I were about to jump a cliff, the last words I would utter on the way down would either be ‘pud tuggers’ or ‘teh family.’”
“You libs frustrate me so much there are so many times when I just want to stand up and scream pud tuggers but I keep running away from my feelings.”
“Dont you mean that you yell out oh god when your pulling your pud thinking about bachmann.”
“Olby sucks, did your dick fall of from so much jacking-it to Olbermann videos, or where you born with a 1″ pud?”
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