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Goods Vandi

\Goods (elongated oo sound) + Vuhn-Di\
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The term originated quite recently, within a very small Tamizh-loving population in Bangalore. Heavily influenced by a song that starts with the same line... The term translates literally into Goods Vehicle and is often used to refer to a Carrier Lorry that's used to transport Goods. Alternatively and more importantly, the word however now refers to someone who is rather good looking, well-asset-ted and is often considered to be a good hook-up. Can be used for both genders.


Rajan: Hey, have you seen that Selva? He looks more like an chick than a guy!
Ilango: Pleeeeeeeeese! You only are one Goods-Vandi and talking about him looking like a chick-aa?
Added 2011-07-27 by Goods Vandi




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