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What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

What do the acronyms PAWG THOT and POAD stand for

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

I’m sure you know these are all insulting slang – not truly acronyms or even abbreviations. You won’t find them in most dictionaries (except the Urban Dictionary, a wiki anyone can post to. Enough said.)

PAWG might not always be considered insulting as it is used to mean “Phat Ass White Girl.” “Phat” is usually complimentary, while “Fat” is not.

THOT is usually translated as “That Ho Over There” and is ALWAYS offensive.

Interestingly, POAD is an abbreviation and has some real expansions (Peripheral Occlusive Arterial Disease, Premature Occlusive Arterial Disease, Portfolio of a Dragon (Steve Kenson book) and Peripheral Obliterative Arterial Disease (angiology)).

However, the meaning I am sure you are looking for is “Piss Off And Die,” which is also pretty offensive.

p.s. An abbreviation is only called an acronym when it can be pronounced as a word, such as SCUBA. While this might be manageable with PAWG and THOT, perhaps, I’m not sure you can pronounce POAD as a word (and it would be easily confused with several other arrangements of letters that would be pronounced the same).

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

THOT – That Hoe Over There

PAWG – Phat Ass White Girl

POAD – Piss Off And Die

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

PAWG: the acronym dictionary states it means “phat ass white girl.” Also, it “ has a big but not necessarily fat butt.”

THOT: can mean “that ho over there,” “that hoe over there,” or “that hottie over there.” They appear to be the most popular acronyms.

POAD: “Peripheral occlusive arterial disease,” “premature occlusive arterial disease,” “peripheral obliterative arterial disease,” or “portfolio of a dragon.”

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

PWAG – phat ass white girl

THOT – that hoe over there

Going with your theme POAD – piss off and die

POAD – Also means POAD – Peripheral Occlusive Arterial Disease, Premature Occlusive Arterial Disease, Portfolio of a Dragon (Steve Kenson book), Peripheral Obliterative Arterial Disease

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

OH, how f$%^ing childish some questioners are. I bet you are giggling away in your momma’s basement, waiting for someone to answer this, right? So, this is for all those ‘not quite the sharpest tacks in the box’ Quorans—the answer:

PAWG – Phat Ass White Girl

THOT – That Hoe Over There

And now I will tell you to:

POAD – Piss Off And Die

You asked, buddy! Now GFY

What do the acronyms “PAWG,” “THOT,” and “POAD” stand for?

Please note that the acronyms you mentioned can have different interpretations, some associated with explicit or offensive language. I will provide you with the most common meanings for these acronyms, but knowing the context and potential sensitivities when using or encountering them is important.

  1. PAWG: The acronym “PAWG” is an abbreviation for “Phat Ass White Girl” or “Phat Booty White Girl.” It is a slang term often used in certain online communities or adult content to describe a white woman with curvaceous or well-endowed buttocks.
  2. THOT: “THOT” is an acronym for “That Hoe Over There.” It is a derogatory slang term used to refer to a person, usually a woman, who is perceived as promiscuous or sexually active. This term is generally considered offensive and disrespectful.
  3. POAD: I’m sorry, but I couldn’t find a widely recognized or commonly used acronym or meaning for “POAD.” It may be a lesser-known or niche term, a typo, or a specific abbreviation used in a context I’m unaware of.

It’s important to be cautious when using or encountering these acronyms, as they may carry negative connotations or be offensive to certain individuals. It’s always advisable to communicate respectfully and consider our language’s context and potential impact.

My 11-year-old son has been saying “r/woooosh” to me. When I ask what he means, he says it’s “over my head.” What does r/woooosh mean?

The form r/<anything> references the Reddit website. Reddit is a website that functions like an old-school bulletin board where users make posts and then up and downvote them to filter the highest up-voted posts to the top, where they are more visible. The site is separated into thousands of ‘subreddits’ with different topics. The URLs of these ‘subreddits’ take the form of Reddit. com/r/<name>

Thus, r/wooosh is referencing the subreddit by that name. The topic of r/wooosh is posted where someone needs to catch up on the point of something. Ie. If someone tells a joke and you don’t get it, the joke has ‘gone over your head,’ thus the sound ‘woosh.’

Your son tells you you missed the point or the joke.

My child called me a “sussy baka” and “mean imposter.” I grounded him, and he said, “Red sus.” What do I do?

Don’t listen to any of the people in the comments. He is just joking. Sussy Baka is a meme online; the game is called Among Us. People use abbreviated language in this game, and he must have played some Among Us or seen it online or with friends. He is not disrespecting you at all. You should call him an Imposter, as that is a reference among us, too. Ninety percent of the people replying to this need to learn what it means, which is strange. But yeah, that’s it.

My child called me “sus.” What does this mean, and what do I do?

Sus is short for “suspicious”. People my age (I’m 13) use this word a lot in conversation, and it is usually used as a joke. For example:

Friend 1: Ay dude, will you go to the school dance with someone?

Friend 2: I mean, there is this one girl in my third-hour math class. She is really smart, cute, funny…

Everyone else in my friend group: I don’t know, man, that’s sus

That’s usually how it goes down. If someone calls you sus, it isn’t usually an insult; they’re just playing with you. Don’t worry; the atmosphere will not be ripped from the Earth, the moon will not come crashing down, and your house won’t burn down. You’ll be just fine.

I heard my 13-year-old child call one of her friends “Shawty.” What does this mean?

Oh….oh no no no no ….. That thirteen-year-old child …… seems to have learned a term most adults are unaware of.

Recently I heard this song somewhere; it goes like this;

“Shawty’s like a melody in my head that I can’t keep out, got me singing like, nana na na every day, like my iPod’s stuck on replay!”

I don’t know who or what this “Shawty” is, but that thing seems dangerous! Protect your child from any potential Shawty!

On a serious note, relax…. It’s nothing serious. It’s just a slang. 🙂

What is the word “famous”? My son keeps saying it all day, and I’m getting concerned. Is it a derogatory term?

Amongus is a video game where kids have to sniff out imposters who murder their friends on a space station. You might’ve also heard your kid start to use the word “sus” like crazy.

It’s not derogatory. It’s a fun game; all the kids are doing it now. They get together on their little discords, play in teams, and try to seek out the imposters.

I play it with my kid, and it’s silly.

All can have a good time!

My 13-year-old son just started calling me “yo.” how can I tell him that I no longer want to hear this slang because it is disrespectful?

You don’t. Yo is not a name; yo is a slang greeting like saying hi, what’s up, or hey. Your son is not being disrespectful; he feels comfortable enough around you to talk to you casually as he would with a close friend. If you go after him for such a simple thing, he will not only stop saying you, he will stop talking to you, although he can avoid it. Your son is a teenager, and teens are VERY casual about everything. If your son is comfortable enough around you to say, you are doing something right. Do not try to force him to stop. Do not fall for parents’ common misconception: FEAR DOES NOT EQUAL RESPECT. If your son cannot talk comfortably around you, he won’t talk to you. If you two can not communicate, he will stop trusting you. If he doesn’t trust you, it’s game over. Distrust turns into a build-up of stress; enough stress makes teenagers self-destruct. Self-destruction leads to punishment and confusion from the parent. The punishment leads to fear, resentment, and absolutely zero trust, also, A FUCK TON OF STRESS. The story’s moral is don’t start this cycle; let your son greet you with “yo.”

My 11-year-old says other kids at school call each other “thots.” He doesn’t know what it means. It sounds like Middle English. What does it mean?

To give a more detailed answer, it means “that hoe over there.” According to Urban Dictionary, the top definition is:

“What guys call girls in schools that send out nudes and porn of themselves.”

Other definitions include:

“A thot is usually active on social media, especially Instagram and Snapchat. On Instagram, she can be found in pictures of her in the dog filter and is usually half naked. On Snapchat, she most likely posts videos of her obnoxiously lip-syncing to rap songs while playing with her hair, thinking she looks like Kylie Jenner. Probably wears Calvin Klein, Adidas, and Nike hats. She has perfect eyeliner and contour and doesn’t care what anyone thinks about her. She may come across as a fake, arrogant, shallow, dumb bitch, but deep down, she is insecure. Unfortunately, the only way she gets confidence is by getting validation from men on social media by posting pictures showing off her figure and plastic face. Next time you see a thot be nicer to them, they still haven’t fully developed.”

“A woman pretends to be the type of valuable female commodity who rightfully earns male commitment—until the man discovers that she’s just a cheap imitation of a “good girl” who is good only for mindless sex, not relationships or respect.

If women are products, then thots are cheap goods. More than that, they’re knockoffs: low-quality merchandise that attempts to masquerade as luxury items.

They generally dress in cheap clothing, try to act like they’re better than they are, or think they’re not trashy but high class when they’re nothing close to classy. They demand respect, money, gifts, and dates but do nothing to deserve any of it because they have no self-respect, no manners, low self-esteem, little education, and on top of all that, are slutty because they have no self-worth.”

My 13-year-old son made a foolish and wasteful donation. How can I teach him he was wrong?


I’m 13 years old.

What your son did WAS AMAZING. Most of the kids at my school are mean and would probably never spend money on charity! My parents don’t even let me spend any money on myself! Sure, it could have been a scam or a lie, but he was trying to do something right, and THAT is what counts! I am so glad there are good people in the world, especially at a young age like ours! I don’t think he did anything wrong. Instead of trying to teach him that he did something wrong, try to find real charities to donate to. Help him be charitable! You should applaud and praise him for his charitable behavior! Because if that were my kid, I know I would.

My son keeps calling me a “Baka.” what does this mean?

Although many answers here imply this is a negative remark, it should be noted that this word has two different meanings. When spoken to strangers, it is meant to ridicule them, but it is often used as a loving phrase in a family setting. It means “ I love you” and is used when a family member is shy and does not want to say “I love you” out loud. The proper way to respond is “Baka ja nai’ aho!” which translates to ‘I love you more.”

I caught my 15-year-old son watching Frozen on his phone at 3:30 am. Should I be concerned?

Concerned? By a children’s movie? I’m wondering more about his mild choice of “wee-hours” viewing selections. At fifteen, I was reading smut books under the covers at 3:30 am and doing what comes naturally afterward!!

Recognize that your son will be a legal adult in three years! You might hope he stays around until he turns 20–21. But he is sexual, even if it’s by himself!

Frozen? Unless the fact that he wasn’t asleep at 3:30 am that bothered you.

Let him alone concerning his bedtime. He’s old enough to suffer the consequences of his late-night activities when forced to get up for school.

My 10-year-old son keeps saying “boogers” whenever my wife and I are with him in the living room. Why?

Poggers is a word that is derived from the word pog; pog is a reaction to something impressive, exciting, or just something that brings you happiness; for example, if your favorite sports team scored a goal, you’d say “pog” or “poggers” or “pogchamp” or something of that sort. The word pog refers to the emote Longchamp from Twitch. Your son might be saying loggers because he enjoys spending time with you, or it’s possible he’s using it entirely wrong and just heard it somewhere; my 12-year-old brother does the second thing all the time.

this is pogchamp^

My son is a gamer, and recently, I have been overhearing him use the word “sus” a lot when playing this new game. What does “Sus” mean?

It means “suspicious.”

The new game your son is playing is probably called “Among Us,” and it’s super fun! You have two things in the game.

You are on a spaceship. You either become an imposter, mess with the ship, sneak around the bottom, or someone who works on the ship and fixes everything, called a crewmate.

If someone reports a problem, they all talk it out on the table. And if someone is acting suspicious, we call it “sus” and kick them ( the imposter ) out into space so everyone is safe.

Hopefully, this helped you out.

My child just called me a ”sussy baka.” What does this mean? Is it dangerous? What should I do?

I don’t know about danger, but it’s disrespectful. She might not know that, though. It means suspicious fool. It’s from a game, but I don’t know which one. *Sus* is the new way to say suspicious. I have no clue as to where Baka came from. You should ask your daughter if she knows what it means. She might not realize she’s calling you a suspicious fool.

This the meaning

Sussy” and “sus” are words used in the video game Among Us to describe someone shifty or suspicious, while baka means “fool” in Japanese. So, to be a sussy Baka is to be a suspicious fool, presumably – although it appears that the meme has taken this meaning and ran with it a little.

Among us is a game on gadget cellphones. It is a bad word. Ask yourself why you called yourself that. It’s a bad word. How old is your child? Maybe he did know the real meaning of it. He just heard it in the other children. Tell him it is a bad word. A hurting words. It’s not supposed to be said by a child. I limit your child’s use of online games and cell phones. Limit watching tiktok. Using fb Instagram. Playing online games and watching YouTube videos. Talk to your child nicely and explain that saying nasty words is bad.

My son just called me “Sussy Baka.” Is that AAVE?

Let me ask you a question in return:

Would it be bad if it were, and if so, why?

But, no, it isn’t. Sounds like he plays Among Us and likes anime/manga a lot. “Sus,” “sassy,” etc., refer to the game Among Us, where one of the crewmates is a traitor, and a suspicious person is referred to as being “sus.” Baka is Japanese and means stupid.

Unless he means some other baka in some other language.

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