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Hole, Get your
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Posted by: Psyco SydRating:3.0  
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To have sex. "I got my hole last night"
What? That is absolutely disgusting and I hope nobody uses it. Comment by: Abby   
i know a lot of folk in Scotland use that word all the time Comment by: Paul    Rated:4/5
A lot of people in scotland would say that or in some phrases would be " i pure got my hole last night man " Comment by: Sean Connery    Rated:5/5
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holliers
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Posted by: Mack
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vacation, holidays
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Howya
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Posted by: Psyco Syd
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Greeting. Combo of "How are you".
It's also a term that lables someone else as "common" or "scum" maybe "scanger" is the best word. Someone like that is said to be a "Howya"... Comment by: Humble Dub   
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Huxter
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Street vendor
we don't actually say this -___^ Comment by: Meh-heh   
Again never heard of this, where do you people get yer info?! Comment by: Lemons   
Huckster is old english Comment by: mec   
Yup, this Irish. Huxtering is like hustling, or trying to beat someone down on price Comment by: west cork lad   
just because you haven't heard it if your from Ireland doesnt mean its not Irish slang it just may mean your not in an area of Ireland where its used. just like hear in the US the is slang used in the south you would never hear up north. Comment by: james t   
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