What Is An "oodle"? Check Uncyclopedia
?noun(sometimes used with a singular verb) Informal: a large quantity: oodles of love; oodles of money.
Oodles is an adjective used to describe a specific amount of matter, but can also be used to describe intangible things such as levels of fun or excitement. One oodle is the quantity of matter equivalent to 18.000562073073073073 moles of a given substance, such as an element or food source. By each oodle that a quantity increases, the amount of matter increases exponentially with a base of 18 moles. This phenomenon is represented by the equation math. Oodles are often used in conjunction with an indefinite amount of something in the plural form, such as in the sentence, "You'll be schmoozing each other next Wednesday, class, and it'll be oodles of fun!"
Oodles of Poodles