Dictionary of Playground Slang (Online)

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pack it in
n.

Stop doing something, cease, desist the action you are performing., e.g. "Pack in will yer!! i.e. - "Please stop performing that action. It is annoying me immensley, "Stop messing about!", "Quieten down!" etc.

See also: less it
Source: circa 1975 - onwards, UK (NE)
paddle the pink canoe
colloq.

Female masturbation

Source: circa current, NZ
paddy wagon
n.

A police car or van used to round up offenders. The Irish have a fearful reputation for being hellraisers when drunk, As such, they were often the target of the police when rounding up suspected trouble makers. So much so that people began to associate the vans the police rounded up irish revellers in with the generic 'slang' name for an Irish person - Paddy (from Patrick), hence paddy wagon.

See also: black mariah
Source: UK
paddy
  1. n.

    Benny/eppy.

  2. The state of being one adopts on becoming irate

  3. Any irish person.

pads
n.

Female sanitaryware. Used to insult males: "Get your pads off", "You pad wearer".

See also: hammock, jamrag
Source: UK
pad
n.

Home. The place you rest your head. Your 'private space'. Most kids long for a pad of their own - most spend too long living with their parents who cramp their style and ruin their sex lives.

Source: circa 1950's - 2005 (USA)
pagga
n.

Schoolyard fight or brawl involving lots of people

Source: UK
pag
012

A lift on the back of a bike - "Gis a pag!" was a familiar phrase in Grimsby.

Source: circa 1970's, UK (NE)
paki

Abbreviated form of Pakistani. Used in the UK as a racially derogatory name denoting anyone whose ethnic origins appear to be the Indian sub-continent. Applied as an insult to Pakistanis, Indians, Bengalis etc alike by the ill-informed.

Also used in Australian but as a neutral abbreviation and only applied to Pakistanis, especially when playing cricket.

Source: Circa 1950's - to date UK, AUS
pallatic
adj.

Geordie corruption of 'paralytic', i.e. drunk.

Source: circa 1950's onwards, UK (NE)
palsy
n.

Person who acted retarded or stupidly, or who was clumsy.

pangalang
n.

Penis.

Source: circa 1990's, USA
pankis
012

v. Hitting a girl on the head with the penis whilst she is performing oral sex.

(ed: neat trick... I wonder who's he hits her with?)

Source: circa 1990's, USA
pant moustache
n.

Stray hairs peeping out from behind a female's underwear or swimming costume.

See also: spiders legs
Source: circa 1990's, UK
pantload
adj.

Used to describe someone who has/got a lot of stuff, i.e. when kids would overstuff the pockets. Other obvious reference would be kid wearing diaper (full) under pants. Probable origin is from cargo pants kids wore, but now worn by adults as well. Used as "Man, you got a pantload of candy on halloween!"

Source: circa 1960's - to date, USA
pantsed
012

Used in the U.S. to get pantsed means to have your pants pulled down by someone, i.e. "Hey look, she just got pantsed!".

Source: circa 1990's, USA
pants
n.

Something that us "rubbish" or "crap".

Source: UK
pantypop
n.

Break wind; fart; cut the cheese; bottom burp etc.

Source: circa 1990's, USA
panwit
n.

Generally brainless, stupid. From pan = without. wit = intellect.

Source: UK (NE)
paper munchies
adj.

Describes wads of paper that have been chewed for a long period of time then spat out (usually into people's hair or onto the classroom ceiling). Often an empty Bic biro was used to aid the propultion of the munchie.

See also: wasp shit
Source: circa 1980's, UK