What does Puks stand for?

Pick up the kids

Ever been in a rush and wanted to remind your partner to pick up the kids from their activities? Well, that’s where “puks” comes in handy. It’s a quick, shorthand way of saying “pick up kids”.

Here’s how it works: “pu” is a shortened version of “pick up”, and “ks” stands for “kids”. Put them together, and you get “puks”. It’s a time saver when you’re on the move and need to send a fast text.

But be aware, not a lot of folks use “puks”. It’s not a widely recognized term. It’s also worth noting that it can be mistaken for “pukes”. So, it can cause some confusion if people aren’t familiar with it.

If someone sends you “puks” and you’re not sure what it means, it’s a good idea to double check with them. It could be a typo. But if you’re in charge of children and you get a “puks” message, it’s probably best to err on the side of caution and go collect the little ones.

Example for using ‘Puks’ in a conversation

Hey, can you Puks today? I have a meeting at 4.

Sure, no problem! I’ll pick up the kids from school for you.

Thanks! You’re a lifesaver. πŸ™Œ

No worries, happy to help! 😊