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Numerology information Porg:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Porg:
Person Of Restricted Growth
I am 5 foot tall. hahahaha you porg
A native of the planet Porg, most notable for their diminuative stature. Porg's are never more than five feet tall. Uber-Porgs are never more than four feet, six inches tall.
S/he is really tiny, a total Porg.
Porg; ie. Person Of Reduced Growth. Porg is a reference term for those below average height. Common traits are unusually short limbs, childlike hands and feet. In Western society porgism has especially negetive effects on men, as their reduced height makes them extremely less desirable to potential mates. They are often insecure, and try to overcompensate for their lack of height by cockiness, adopting a more macho persona, using sarcasm as a defense,and buying fast cars. Famous porgs include Tom Cruise and Bono(he always platforms!) Adaption; G-PORG ie; ginger porg. These rare unfortunates are cursed with this double whammy. Due to their unattractiveness to the female race,and thus lack of breeding the G-PORGs may soon be extinct.
He was really hot in his mug shot, it wasnt until i met him i realised he was a fecking porg! I walked in and heard someone calling my name. I couldnt see anyone, until i heard "down here", and there he was.. all 5 foot of him.I was horrified.
Person of restricted growth
Songs about Porg:
Porg by Pharaon from the Album Soundle
Porg by Melvins from the Album King Buzzo
Books about Porg:
Funk & Wagnalls Standard Reference Encyclopedia, Vol. 19, P-Porg by Joseph Laffan, Editor Morse (1970)
Funk & Wagnalls Standard Reference Encyclopedia Volume 19 P-Porg (1960)
Funk & Wagnalls Standard Reference Encyclopedia Vol 19 P-Porg 1963 (1963)
P-Porg (Funk & Wagnalls Standard Refernce Encylopedia, 19) by Joseph Laffan Morse (1959)
Wiki information Porg:
"Summertime" is an aria composed by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward, the author of the novel Porgy on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin by ASCAP. The...