Word on the Street

Poof (poof) interjection. Used to express or indicate a sudden disappearance or feeling.

Usage example:There was a clear and loud ‘poof’ sound, when LeBron hit the floor after being hit in the jewels.

Word history: Coined by Silent Assassin back in the days to describe the feeling of a earth-shattering, ball-breaking pain, when a player is hit in the knockers with a knee, elbow or ball. B-baller Ola “Big Dawg” Jönsson was the first to try on this new phrase, when a rock hard pass missed his hands and hit the groin. Silence …and then “POOF“. It’s was beautiful, he went down like a sack of potatoes.

Wanna bet he’s feeling the full effect of the “poof“?


Labels: LeBron James / Word on the Street


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