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Definition funny of Pome:
pronounced "pomm-ee" Originally an acronym for the status of inmates sent to Australia: 'Prisoner of Mother England'. At first used by the English to describe Australians (as anyone Australian must, obviously, have come from prison), now in a strange refersal used by Australians to designate anyone from England.
"Oid loik ta waelcum tha pome baastud ta god's awn eu-uth, and ta remoind him we deown't loik stack-ap sticky beeks reound hee."
Product of My Environment
Made popular by New York rapper Jim Jones from Dipset, name of his new album is Hustlers P.O.M.E.
a negative word when refering to british Prisoner Of Mother England its not quite as insulting from the american perspective, but it is an insult to the british
you bloddy pome damn pome stupid pome bloody waving pome
A simple-minded rhyme.
Songs about Pome:
Bruitist Pome #5 by Refused from the Album The Shape Of Punk To Come
Aagaman Pome (Original) by Rituparono Ghosh from the Album Jeevan Devata And Sakarun Benu
Abandonned Scooter (Pome Research Lab Remix) by Slop from the Album Techno Remember 2013
Abandonned Scooter (Pome Research Lab Remix) by Slop from the Album Spaceship Troopers
Abandonned Scooter (Pome Research Lab Remix) by Slop from the Album Technocracy 005
Anti-Brautigan Pome by Icky Boyfriends from the Album A Love Obscene
Aphrodite Pome by Lazerlove5 from the Album Flicker Mask
Books about Pome:
Slect pomes threw my life by Deanna Sysco (Oct 18, 2014)
pomes, rimes and tiny (county) tales by mr Fred Tidball (Sep 9, 2014)
Pomes All Sizes by Jack Kerouac (Jan 1, 2001)
Leopoldo Pomés: 1957 Barcelona by Pepe De Mara, Juan Manuel Bonet, Leopoldo Pomés and Eduardo Mendoza (Sep 30, 2013)
Pomes Penyeach and Other Verses by James Joyce Dec'd (Oct 7, 1975)
Pomes By A Cow Psychologist by Mark Forman (Nov 6, 2008)
Some Hiatus: Tucky Pomes by The Poet Bree and Green Panda Press (Oct 7, 2014)
Wiki information Pome:
In botany, a pome is a type of fruit produced by flowering plants in the subtribe Malinae of the family Rosaceae. Pome's origin of the word came from the Middle English, from Anglo-French pume, pomme and, ultimately from Late Latin pomum. First use,...
The pomegranate, botanical name Punica granatum, is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing between 5 and 8 m tall. In the Northern Hemisphere, the fruit is typically in season from September to February, and in the Southern Hemisphere...