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What does to goose someone mean to you? Especially folks from Indiana. Does it mean something different around the country?

to goose a person means what? My husband is from Indiana and he says where he comes from it means to slide your thumb down the crack of the bum...of course with the clothes on..and being suprised. I always though it meant to grab someone's butt...by suprise. You make them jump, hence they are goosed.

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I grew up in Indiana..Syracuse IN...I have to agree with your husband. (Glad that I left)

Thin slices of thought cut quickest.

Down south on the coast to goose someone you get behind the person and stick your hand,broom,stick etc. up there rear end and say you been goosed.

goosing is using your middle finger.place your middle finger way under the but,and slide it across the rectum and run

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