what does pookie mean?
Pookie is a term of endearment that can be traced back to the early 1900s in the United States when children's dolls were often referred to as "pookies", which eventually was shortened to just "pookie". It is thought by some that the term may have come from a combination of "pops" and "dolly" or possibly from shortening a word like 'father'.
Regardless, it has come to mean different things for different groups of people. For children, it could be an affectionate nickname for their father or any other family member. For adults, pookie can be used as a term of endearment between lovers.
It has also been used by young adults to address older members of their peer group. The slang word is sometimes used to address a police officer or other authority figure that the speaker believes they can get away with using it with.
One thing that all groups agree on is how cute pookie is! Some even say that pookie bears and pookies are the best thing ever!
Fiona: in the past, I have used pookie in a cute way. Now, I have a hard time using it.
Marisa: I used to love saying pookie but now I have trouble with saying anything because of my constant laughing.
Fiona: Wow! That's an interesting meaning for the term pookie. I would like to know where you found that definition. Are there any other variations on this article? Would you mind sending me a copy of the article so that I can read more about it? Thanks! Keep up the good work! :) --Fiona (talk) 11:51, August 7, 2008 (UTC)
Thanks for reading my message and for your response. I hope to find the source of your information.