1. as a term of description/address [abbr. of SE pudding].
(a) (US) a term of abuse; a fool.
|Sel. Letters (1988) 168: The stinking Russian Jews [...] such loathsome coin loving puds.letter 29 Apr. in Splete|
|(con. 1907)diary in Aaron (1985) 73: Back of the school is a privy. ‘Pud is a lumphead’ [...] and other jocular or obscene quips against the teaching staff are written on the walls.|
|Psychotic Reactions (1988) 114: Today I am a pud.in|
|Breaks 13: The pud actually looked over to where my old man was talking to his.|
|Courier (Waterloo, IA) 2 Sept. 24/5: He calls people ‘puds’ when he thinks they are lazy, stupid and worthless.|
(b) (Aus.) a fat person.
|Benno and Some of the Push 59: The ex-professional fat girl caught her eye. [...] Ginge raised her hand, and wagged playful fingers at Martha. ‘Buck up, puds,’ she said.‘The Fickle Dolly Hopgood’ in|
(c) (US) a young girl.
|(con. late 1940s) Tattoo (1977) 436: There’s just this pud I wrote to in the Navy. [...] Great knockers! It’s nothin serious.|
2. a pudding [abbr.].
|‘Good Old Yorkshire Pudding’ [monologue] Pud, pud, pud, good old Yorkshire pudden.|
|DN IV:ii 164: pud, n. Pudding.‘Addenda – The Northwest’ in|
|Billy Bennett’s Third Budget 33: The dinner smells good, p’raps it’s suetty pud.‘Trumpeter’ in|
|None But the Lonely Heart 31: The steak and kidney pud.|
|These New Zealanders 78: I would have to endure numerous pasty or sloppy custards or ‘pudds’.|
|Lore and Lang. of Schoolchildren (1977) 184: It is a little more attractive when called ‘snowball pud’.|
|Guntz 104: I was a right tearaway, who lived on steak and kidney pud.|
|Beano 25 Dec. n.p.: You’ll have to organize the making of the traditional giant Christmas pud.|
|Fixx 207: Who’s for pud?|
|Foetal Attraction (1994) 259: In their eyes God was an Englishman, smoking a pipe, reading his copy of The Times and eating pud.|
|Observer Mag. 11 July 8: We are soon tucking into steak-and-kidney pud.|
|Guardian 1 Jan. 3: It’s where she buys her Christmas puds.|
3. (US teen/campus) an easy job, an easy course at college; thus pud course, an easy course [abbr. pudding n. (7a)].
|AS XIII:1 6: pud, n. An easy job.‘A Word List From Southeast Arkansas’ in|
|AS XXXVIII:3 167: An easy college course: pud.‘Kansas University Sl.: A New Generation’ in|
|AS L:1/2 64: Do you know any pud courses?‘Razorback Sl.’ in|
|(con. 1969–70) F.N.G. (1988) 63: If there was anythin’ to worry about I’d be shakin’ too, but this is a pud hump, so relax.|
4. (US) as the genitals.
(a) the penis [abbr. pudding n. (2)].
|in Limerick (1953) 52: A young man maintained that his trigger / Was so big that there weren’t any bigger. / This long and thick pud / Was so heavy it could / Scarcely lift up its head. It lacked vigor.|
|in Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) II 657: My pud hangs down too short.|
|‘Tiny Sick Tears’ [lyrics] He’s got his tiny sick pud stuffed right up against the centerfold.|
|Ladies’ Man (1985) 188: It was whacking your pud.|
|‘Yo Cats’ [lyrics] You can kneel and scarf his pud.|
(b) the vagina [abbr. pudding n. (1)].
|Garden of Sand (1981) 77: Yeow, if you want some scabby bag. I’m talking about a baby! Only nineteen. Looks like a college girl. White as plaster. Purely blond. Pud on her like a peach.|
|(con. late 1940s) Tattoo (1977) 579: Great pud on her. And she gives you your money’s worth.|
|Tattoo of a Naked Lady 245: I started at her shaved pud and tongued my way north.|
(US) a masturbator.
|Hot to Trot 237: Bad news for all you fifties pud-pullers.|
|Homeboy 206: A pudpuller at the movies [...] said that one of them called the other Joe.|
(US teen) a masturbator; thus a general term of abuse.
|Heathers [film script] That pudwacker just stepped on my foot.|
|Sunken Living Room 14: See, that’s what separates the cool dudes from the pudwackers. You gotta say fuckin, not fucking. You don’t pronounce the ‘g.’ That takes all the balls out.|
|Get Your Cock Out 79: The randy pensioner was unloading his pud water all over the smiling mentaloid’s face. [Ibid.] 84: The wanking cabby spurted his pud juice all over the 16 year old’s monster mams.|
|Fill the Stage With Happy Hours (1967) Act IV: You in the pud, Molly?|
(Aus.) to masturbate.
|G’DAY 63: In [...] Tassie and Vic they play footie. In the Northern teritories they play with their puds.|
|(con. 1950s) Age of Rock 2 (1970) 103: Back with the guys, who had probably been [...] pounding or pulling their collective pud, wang, schlong, dong.‘The Fifties’ in Eisen|
|Amer. Pie [film script] I have to admit, you know, I did the fair bit of [hesitates] masturbating when I was a little younger. I used to call it stroking the salami, yeah, you know, pounding the old pud.|
|Destination: Morgue! (2004) 352: The horndogs pounded their puds under tabletop cover.‘Jungletown Jihad’ in|
(orig. US) to masturbate.
|‘Up in the Belfry’ in(1979) 231: Up in’t belfry Verger stands / Pulling pud with horny hands.|
|‘Last Night I Lay in Bed’ in(1979) 128: For personal satisfaction / I prefer to pull my pud.|
|(ref. to mid-19C) Amer. Madam (1981) 40: The boys were [...] examining their palms to see if there was hair growing there – a sure sign they were pulling their puddings, their elders told them.|
|in Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) I 254: The engineer done all he could, / Then stood in the corner an’ pulled his pud.|
|‘Pulla da Pud’ in Banglestien’s Bar n.p.: Oh me, I pulla da pud. / It does me good, it does me good.|
|‘The Choric Song of the Masturbators’ in Bawdy Ballads XXXI: Some people say / That fuckin’s mighty good, / But for personal enjoyment, / I’d rather pull me pud.|
|Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner (1960) 10: They can spy on us all day to see if we’re pulling our puddings.‘Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner’|
|Proud Highway (1997) 420: They are like a man who goes into a phone booth to pull his pod.letter 22 Nov. in|
|in Erotic Muse (1992) 123: He used to hunt the royal stag / Within the royal wood, / But better than this he loved the bliss, / Of pulling his royal pud.|
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|Enderby Outside in Complete Enderby (2002) 232: You pull pudding in there. I bloody know!|
|Affairs of Chip Harrison (2001) 150: I sat there, pulling my pud like a total dip.No Score in|
|Playboy’s Book of Forbidden Words 205: Pull the Pudding. To masturbate.|
|Maledicta IV:2 (Winter) 192: We also come across specialized terms in the male masturbation phrases such as [...] pull one’s wire (or pud).|
|Dict. of Invective (1991) 50: There is also a strong suggestion here, however, that a puddinghead has become stupid through excess masturbation, also known as pulling [one’s] pudding.|
|(con. early 1950s) L.A. Confidential 226: Maybe he pulled his pud while he looked at his own goddamn shitrag, I don’t know.|
|Alt. Eng. Dict. [Internet] pull one’s pud masturbate. As far as it is known, ‘pud’ only occurs in this idiom.|
1. to masturbate someone else.
|At End of Day (2001) 101: He can’t even get a fuckin’ ugly girl to pull his pud for him.|
2. (also pull someone’s pudding) to tease, to hoax.
|(con. 1920s) Hoods (1953) 99: What are you trying to do? Pull my pudding? These [i.e. diamonds] are phonies.|
|(con. 1944) Dirty Dozen (2002) 92: ‘How would you like to get out of here?’ ‘Stop pullin’ my pud, will ya?’.|