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Definition funny of Doshi:
Adjective Pronounced Doe-Chiss Ballin', Happenin', Sweet
"Yo, you see that movie the other day? So Doshis!" "Hey man I got laid las night!" "Doshis!"
the act of farting in one's own palm and swiftly covering the face of another (the victim). Thumb and index finger placement is key in order to cover the victim's nostrils, causing them to inevitably inhale the methane gas.
"What a fucking whore, we should doshi her."
Songs about Doshi:
Affi Doshi by Various from the Album Let's Be Active: Keep The Fuzz Off My Buzz
Aimai Doshi by Koichi Iwaki from the Album Live And Let Die
Anugata Doshi Hole by Ramkumar Chattopadhyay from the Album Rangin Ramkumar
Data Na Dungre Doshi Ni by Bhavesh Thakor, Hiral Raval Jignesh Kaviraj from the Album Garbo Mara Malak No (Nonstop Gujarati Prachin Garba)
Doshi by Campese from the Album Experimental Deep House Lounge Psychedelic Chill Out, Vol. 2 (Good for Broadcasting)
Doshi Korbo Na by Swagatalakshmi Dasgupta from the Album Ekla Gitabitan, Vol. 12
Doshi Tera Haan by Deep Dhillon from the Album Mere Maalka
Books about Doshi:
The Complete Architecture of Balkrishna Doshi: Rethinking Modernism for the Developing World by James Steele (Nov 9, 1998)
Doshi: Webster's Timeline History, 1937 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Rethinking Modernism for the Developing World: The Complete Architecture of Balkrishna Doshi by James Steele (Nov 1, 1998)
Balkrishna V Doshi by Rizzoli (Feb 15, 1988)
The Making of a Forest Fighter: An Account of Harila's War by the Doshi Hero, Ribto by Bob Rich (Jan 29, 2014)
Doshi goiron no tame no kisoteki kenkyu: Bunshoron to musunde (Izumi sensho) (Japanese Edition) by Shih-ho Wang (1999)
Doshi no inei (Japanese Edition) by Shogo Ota (1983)
Movies about Doshi:
Japanese TV Series - Showa No Meisaku Library Dai 14 Shu Harapeko Doshi DVD Box Digitally Remastered Edition... Unrated -
Wiki information Doshi:
Dōshi is a village located in Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2012, the village has an estimated population of 1,865 and a population density of 23.4 persons per km². The total area is 79.57 km².
Doshi is a fairly common surname in India. While the roots can be traced back a few hundred years, the origin of the name is still a matter of much dispute. There were two different stories- one is from the History Of Oswals basically from Rajasthan.