Grannies Off - Billiard Term Definition
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Definition of Grannies Off
Grannies Off is a billiards slang term that is a part of Skill Level Terminology.
Pool players might say ...and grannies off aloud for all to hear, in reference to an opponent, who finally pocketed a ball after having not pocketed a ball for some time (and possibly not having pocketed any ball for one or more innings).
It is a derogatory term meant to razz an opponent.
It has similar meaning to when a sports announcer says ...and he's off when an athlete starts performing a particular sport.
See: granny, grannie, grannied, grannys off, down trou for more on the meaning of "Grannies Off".
Grannies Off - Usage
[Tim finally pockets a ball after going a long time without having done so. Jeff says:] "... and grannies off!"
Grannies Off - Origin and History
Most common in Scotland. Also common in other parts of the UK.
Billiards - Grannies Off
- Title: Grannies Off
- Author: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)
- Published: 1/13/2019 3:28:41 AM
- Last Updated: 1/13/2019 3:54:35 AM
- Last Updated By: billiardsforum
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