pogi

Tagalog translation: handsome; good-looking

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Tagalog term or phrase:pogi
Tagalog translation:handsome; good-looking
Entered by: ANDERSON ARCANJO

11:16 Jan 13, 2004
Tagalog to Tagalog translations [Non-PRO]
Tagalog term or phrase: pogi
its from the philipines in a slang language called tagalogue
Donna
handsome
Explanation:
POGINOMETRY

Definition


The mathematics of expressing the sum of a man's appeal to women. For more than a handsome pair of X and Y chromosomes, there are indeed many other factors that size-up male magnetism such as a very persuasive "Peso"-nality that attracts women like a giant lodestone drawing fine metals to its folds. Image thus becomes a configuration of various non-facila and nonphysical pluses and minuses which fine-tune the cyber-picture of the Ideal Man.


Note: For the sake of the clueless, *pogi* is Filipino slang for guapo (handsome).

"Pogi" - (Tagalog) Handsome, cute, good-looking.
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handsome


Explanation:
POGINOMETRY

Definition


The mathematics of expressing the sum of a man's appeal to women. For more than a handsome pair of X and Y chromosomes, there are indeed many other factors that size-up male magnetism such as a very persuasive "Peso"-nality that attracts women like a giant lodestone drawing fine metals to its folds. Image thus becomes a configuration of various non-facila and nonphysical pluses and minuses which fine-tune the cyber-picture of the Ideal Man.


Note: For the sake of the clueless, *pogi* is Filipino slang for guapo (handsome).

"Pogi" - (Tagalog) Handsome, cute, good-looking.


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    Reference: http://www.jimmyregina.com/talkthetalk.html
ANDERSON ARCANJO
Brazil
Local time: 10:38
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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