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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Silly Sunday: Poon Bomb

My "adult" son had asked me to participate in a prank on his "friend." At one o'clock, I was supposed to repeatedly text him the word "poon" along with one-hundred more of his "adult" friends, including an army platoon. This action would annoy someone with a smart phone and freeze a dumb phone for twenty minutes or so. Daniel's victim has a smart android device, so he was just aggravated.

When I asked my son what a "poon" is, he told me it doesn't mean anything. Yeah, right. I looked up the word and it is a large Indo-Malayan  evergreen tree of the Calophyllum. Sounds innocent enough in a normal dictionary; however, that's not where one looks to find out what a young person's word means. The true definition––which is rude, crude, and socially unacceptable, may be found in the Urban Dictionary. Since I'm not young, I promptly refused the offer to harass his buddy. Reaching the age of adulthood does not make one an adult.

2nd place in a poon attack DWL? Your poon powers are fading...
My daughter was the proud winner of the poon attack. She sent 34 messages to poor Andrew. Who? That's right. She doesn't even know him.

  • E  Beaten by his little sister. How embarrassing!
  • A   You were in the poon attack? I guess the poon apple doesnt fall far from the poon tree.
  • E Yup and I kicked his butt!
  • D DAYUM


13 comments:

ralph said...

it was really nice of you not to give in to your son's request considering the word's meaning... others might just laugh at it, but others may take it differently... Yahweh bless.

stevebethere said...

So you were asked to poon the platoon

I think that has a nice ring to it LOL

Have a poonastic weekend Joyce :-)

Sandra Tyler said...

Gosh. And to think we used to play board games for entertainment.

Lorinda J Taylor said...

Thanks for educating me! I had to look it up, too. I'm like Edith Bunker in the menopause episode of All in the Family - "When I was young, I didn't know what every young girl should know, and now that I'm an old lady, I don't know what every old lady should know!"

Paula Martin said...

Had to look it up in the Urban Dictionary as I'd never heard of it. Is my education now complete? ;-)

menopausal mama said...

This is HUL-arious!! I have 4 adult kids so yeah, I know what Poon is......hahaha!

ChatterBlossom said...

this is why I don't text! haha! ;-)
Jamie
http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

mail4rosey said...

Urban dictionary thanks you for the traffic, lol. I had to go look it up too.

Swinging by to wish you a Merry Christmas!

Masshole Mommy said...

I had to look it up, too. I guess I am getting old because I had no clue what it meant.

Theresa said...

I am embarrassed that I did know what it was. Though when I was younger and working in a fast food joint, the word thrown around was poontang.

Judy SheldonWalker said...

I would kick his bottom too. lol

kelekia1 said...

I hope that you had a great Christmas too!!! May the Lord bless you all through out the New Year!!! :):):)

Rachelle Martin said...

Surprisingly, I didn't know what that meant. I think his attempt to get you to text it to his friend was hilarious, though.