Keywords: Online Go
Goose tesuji is a term invented by Go teacher Shawn Ray (Clossius). A goose tesuji is either
1. An endgame technique: a move on the outside of the opponent's territory that asks him to play a move inside it, due to threatening to exploit a weakness.
2. The actual exploitation of that defect, after the opponent having refused to defend.
The term originated in a game that Shawn was playing on (probably) Fox. After he had played a move like , some kind of a dispute had occurred, and his opponent had started to talk in Chinese to a moderator.
Curious, Shawn put one of the Chinese sentences into Google Translate, which gave it in English as Up my goose I'm finishing the yose!