What do you call round jolly people and posh people?
"POSH" refers to the days of the British Raj, when rich people would take the boat to and from India. They booked the best "coolest" cabins which were on the Port side on the way Out to India and the Starboard side on the way Home. Thus: POSH = Port side Out, Starboard side Home Now used to denote rich people that do things in the propper manner.
A highwayman is described that he wears a french cocked hat big black boots he looks realy posh and he goes round on a horse saying stand or deliver at weathy people so that he can have their silver or gold. If the wealthy people don't give the highwayman any silver or gold the highwayman will kill them.
Nooo Wee Aintt Poshhh Most People In The USA Think That Because In Programs All The British People Do Is Sit There Talking the queens English and drinking tea which i don't and not many people do these days Hope i Helped AWNSER BY POKEMON DAWN: If you think were posh EAT YOUR WORDS. we might of been like 200 years ago but not now (oh and even 1000000 years ago us scottish havent been…
POSH stands for "Port Out, Starboard Home" in nautical terminology. Posh is a word of unknown derivation but there is no evidence that it ever stood for the custom of a Steamship line (usually P&O) stamping tickets POSH to ensure a shaded journey to and from India. There are no examples of Acromyms before the 20th Century the word posh is older its possible derivation is from the Romany cant word for money.