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The proper spelling of the starchy root-vegetable, according to then-vice-president Dan Quayle as he tried to correct a small child in spelling.
<Child> "Potato. P-o-t-a-t-o. Potato."
<DQ> "Thats P-O-T-A-T-O-E you stupid kid!"
<Secret Service Agent> "Uh, Mr. Vice-president, the child was actually correct."
<DQ> "Oh."
de pythonspam 7 novembre 2003
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A metaphor for the vag. Like a vag potatoes get soft, wrinkly & hairy with age. Brings new meaning to 'having mashed potatoe for dinner'. Disturbingly potatoes are often sung about by the Wiggles, a children's entertainment group, "Hot potatoe, hot Potatoe".
Potatoe heaven.

Dayum, can I get fries with that shake...
de bang_bang x1000 3 avril 2015
Potatoe is an older but still correct spelling of the word more commonly word spelled potato. It turns out that Dan Quail and the young student were both correct in there spellings. The e at the end of potatoe was largely dropped by the end of the 20th century.
white potatoe, baked potatoe, sweet potatoe
de crjohn 8 mars 2014
This refers to male "Camel-Toe", whenever pants are pulled up, testicles go separate ways down the pant legs, forming an odd potato.
My sister pulled up my pants, and I got a Pota-toe
de Ariel Mejia 5 juin 2006
A word that can be a response to anything.
"Are you Republican or Democrat?"
"Potatoe!"
de Yogurtland 6 avril 2015
A potatoe is a word used to describe someone from Ireland, not in complimentary terms!
Oi look at that fuckin potatoe pissing on your newly washed car.... he is so drunk the stoopid fukn potatoe. irish fuckwit idiot annoying cunt always drunk gibberish useless argumentitive repulsive cheap ass
de Lencko 30 juin 2012
The act of smoking the marijuana that had been grown by a person that has passed away forehand.
de patanjali 8 mars 2014

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