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Definition of scooter-poot

scooter-poot

  • just riding around usually on a Saturday night to see your friends, or to be seen by your friends, with no particular purpose. used in South Carolina.

    Last edited on May 30 2006. Submitted by Bill R. from Richmond, VA, USA on May 30 2006.

verb

  • The act of fooling around on one's mate (being unfaithful). This term was used in Savannah, Georgia on the late 1960's and early 1970's.

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Jul 27 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 28 2012.

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Definitions include: to flatulate; "fart".

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Definitions include: a female who hangs around motorcyclists, typically for a ride and some action.

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