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  • noun Plural form of pogo.


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  • The strobes are all that light the room as the excitable band pogos along to their own steady club beat.

    A MusicNerd Podcast with CMYK « PubliCola 2010

  • Instead, it's a "dance party" that's all about old-school punk rock and hardcore, played as loud as possible, while the crowd vigorously pogos and moshes.

    Nightlife Agenda 2010

  • You mean to tell me that the guy who bought my old pogo stick off of Ebay may not be making a coming-of-age film about a boy who pogos across America to raise awareness for testicular cancer?


  • All I did in my twentys was work and fuckor tried I couldn't imagine spending time taking pictures of my self and my skinny friends doing the same pogos and spins over and over and over and over again, posting them on product pushing blogs and then showing up to these fashion shows.

    Anarchy for Sale: No Brakes, No Masters BikeSnobNYC 2009

  • Mr. Arginsky says his company still sells nearly half a million traditional pogos each year, and he estimates that 40 million sticks have been sold since 1919.

    Boing! Boing! Boing! Boing! 2009

  • I was searching for pogos game and somehow ended up here.

    Balkinization 2005

  • So danielle tried getting it but dropped EVERYTHING we were using (including one of pogos shoes), so what do we do? use pogos other shoe.

    zingerbabai Diary Entry zingerbabai 2004

  • And he'll now be the joke that sits on the couch with his feet on the coffee table, eating pogos with his hands, smearing grease on the afghans and leaving skid-marks in his pants.

    Paranoid Pedestrian Ponderings 2003

  • Pilots push on the pedal -- controls pedal, now you see the animation where we're going to remove those units and replace them with the new PCU, new drive arms, the pogos (ph).

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Boeing Holds News Conference on 737 Rudder Design Enhancements - September 14, 2000 2000

  • There's a scene in Ralph Bakshi's 1981 animated history lesson, American Pop, where a guy in a leather jacket and peg-leg pants pogos and backflips around razor imagery.

    Twenty Songs From 1997: A Mixed Tape With Shake Appeal 1997


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