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Definition funny of Porkpie:
Essentially, to porkpie someone is to ignore them (if intentional) or to simply not notice them. The etymology of "porkpie" is as follows: In a weak attempt at improvised cockney rhyming slang, "porkpied" was used in place of "denied". That's it really. It sort of rhymes with denied. Can be used as an interjection, a noun, a verb.. even a way of life, if you're so inclined - making porkpie a valuable addition to anyone's vocabulary. Can be abbreviated to 'pied. More experienced users of the word have been known to say it with an accompanying gesture - any formation of the hands, which alludes to the view through a cross-section of a porkpie, will do. A plan view of such a porkpie is generally unacceptable, however, and can even be interpreted as an insult in some circles.
J: Hey mate, how's it goin? M: J: Porkpied! M: Was I porkpieing you? J: You totally 'pied me, you bummer M: OK OK, no need to get eggy
The rude boys all sportin their porkpie caps.
A metaphor for the genitals of a female pensioner. Derived from the fact that in the case of both the pork pie and the pensioner's minge, one must wipe off the crust and lick out the jelly before one reaches the meat.
1. 'She looked young, but when we got down to business she surprised me with her Pork Pie'. 2. 'The crust on her Pork Pie was so thick that I needed sandpaper to wipe it off, and then there was enough jelly to fill three tins of dog food... then, to top it off, when we finally got down to it, she was so saggy that the effect was akin to throwing a sausage down a hallway'.
An old ladies fanny: You got to chew through the crust and lick off the jelly to get to the meat. .like a pork pie.
Songs about Porkpie:
Goodbye Porkpie Hat by Bert Jansch And John Renbourn from the Album After The Dance
Goodbye Porkpie Hat by Sy Johnson Ensemble from the Album Jazz in New York (The Monash Sessions)
Goodbye, Porkpie Hat (LP Version) by Charles Mingus from the Album Three Or Four Shades Of Blue (US Release)
Goodbye Porkpie Hat by pianist and composer Jessica J Williams from the Album Touch
Goodbye, Pork-Pie Hat by Ralph Towner from the Album Anthem
Fentimore Porkpie by Doug Barr from the Album You're Funny!
Good by porkpie hat by MBM Trio from the Album MBM Trio
Books about Porkpie:
Porkpie by Paul McGoran (Jul 29, 2009)
Mister Porkpie's Corny Joke Book for Kids #1 by Andrew B. Remnet (Jan 27, 2013)
Mister Porkpie's Magic Performance for Children: Teaching Young Magicians How to Put on a First Class Magic Show... by Mr Andrew B. Remnet (Dec 26, 2012)
Goodbye Porkpie Hat: Short Story by Michael Christie (Nov 13, 2012)
Mister Porkpie's Corny Joke Book for Kids #2 (Volume 2) by Andrew B. Remnet (Feb 5, 2014)
Porkpie Magazine 1 by Harry S Robins, Charles Oldham and Paul Mavrides et. al. (1976)
針がとぶ - Goodbye Porkpie Hat (中公文庫)
Wiki information Porkpie:
Porkpie was a British sitcom on Channel 4 television starring Ram John Holder as Augustus "Porkpie" Grant. It was a spinoff from Desmond's. Porkpie kept several key characters from Desmond's and in the first episode Grant was seen standing outside...
Jonny Porkpie is a New York City-based writer, director, and performer in neo-burlesque. So called for his pork pie hat, Jonny Porkpie creates and hosts scripted theme-based burlesque shows as part of his production company, Pinchbottom, as well as...