Dear parents, please see these images of the damage to the nursery ceiling tiles caused by Party Poppers during the graduation ceremony at one of our nurseries today.
What does PP stand for?
PP stands for Poppers (Isobutylnitrite)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of PP
We have 134 other meanings of PP in our Acronym Attic
- Poled Polymer
- Police Post
- Pollution Probe (workshop)
- Polly Pocket (toy doll)
- Pom Pom (cartoon character)
- Poor Presentation (job applicant)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I didn't do as well on the poppers I had tied and tested along suburban canals near my home in West Palm Beach.
A mark of the high quality of the book lies moreover in the fact that, having first appeared in German (Die Philosophie Karl Poppers, Tubingen: Mohr, 2000), Keuth's book is one of the very few philosophy books written on the Continent that have found their way into an English translation (by the author himself).
The starter munchies plate consists of a couple of mozzarella sticks, two chicken tenders, a quartet of spicy chicken wings, two jalapeno poppers and a couple of potato skins plus ranch and marinara dipping sauces.
When the Poppers first suggested this idea, many feared they wanted to kick people off this land.
Friday's brand soared 100% last year and Poppers posted an impressive 17% growth over the same period.
The section covering the chest, where the fasteners should go, was given over to a large teddy bear picture while the poppers were relegated to the rear of the suits.
Viagra, ecstasy, crystal, ketamine, and poppers each has its own dangerous effects.