The project began with pong, followed by Space Invaders, Pole Position, and Tetris.
"Allee same likee this," answered pong hopping about in imitation of an animal running away.
And, by the way, you boys haven't made the acquaintance of pong, have you?
"Allee same likee this," chuckled pong, clasping his palms together and gleefully shaking hands with himself.
pong, what are you going to give us out of the chuck wagon in the morning?
pong, going through the motions of drawing a gun from his belt, and puffing out his cheeks, uttered an explosive "pouf!"
He was interrupted by pong Lee, who had returned to his chair.
"There's that fool Chinaman," growled Stallings, observing the grinning face of pong peering from the tail of the wagon.
The meal was soon finished, pong having stood rubbing his palms, a happy smile on his face, during the time they were eating.
Big-foot Sanders grunted and turned his back on the grinning face of pong.
A Chinese or a person of Chinese extraction (1906+ Australian)
A smell; a stink: when I catch that pong in the air
[1919+; origin unknown; perhaps fr Romany pan, ''stink'']