||sex, intercourse, nookie
||Listen, guys, poontang should be measured in quality, not quantity.
||"Please take with you what your dog brought: We need no poop in the playground."
|poor as a church mouse
||(See as poor as a church mouse)
||(See in the poorhouse)
|pop a cap [B]
||shoot, murder, knock off
||He says he's going to pop a cap in the supervisor. We've got to stop him.
||visit without warning, drop in
||When I'm in your part of town I'll pop in for a visit, okay?
||visit for a few minutes, drop over
||Why don't you pop over and see our wedding pictures?
|pop the question
||ask an important question, ask someone to marry you
||In the old days, a man would buy the ring and then pop the question.
||appear, occur, be visible
||The name M. Greig kept popping up in the company records.
|pop your buttons
||feel very proud, be full of pride
||When you received the award, did you pop your buttons?